E3 2016: Witcher III’s Gwent Becoming a Standalone Release

Monday, June 13th, 2016

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CD Projekt Red have announced at E3 that the card battler mini-game Gwent, previously part of The Witcher III, is getting a standalone release.

The game will contain a full single player campaign, as well as multiplayer options, allowing for cross-platform play with Xbox One and PC, the platforms on which the game will be releasing first. The player can recruit from four factions, each with their own tests of skill that can be used in battle.

This was the result of fan requests as CD Projekt Red said they had received “thousands of requests” following the release of The Witcher III.

Gwent will be releasing for Xbox One and PC this September. A closed beta is also available for people to register and participate in.

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  • Mr0303

    Gwent is awesome, but the free to play is a worrisome. That being said CD PR are very consumer friendly so I have some faith that they’ll make it fair.

    • azariosays

      you’ve reached level 20. Do you want 10 more levels? pay $4.99.

    • Mr0303

      Dont give them any ideas!