Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is a free-to-play, collectible card game being developed by CD Projekt RED for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game was announced in June 2016, at Microsoft’s E3 Xbox briefing.
Publisher: CD PROJEKT S.A. Playerbase: High Type: F2P Card Game (CCG) Release Date: TBD Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows
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Gwent The Witcher Card Game Overview
Gwent Game is a F2P, CCG where players battle it out in a best-of-three series. More than any other GWENT faction, Nilfgaard relies on diplomacy and subterfuge to disrupt enemy strategies and enact its own. The empire plants Spies behind enemy lines to perform sabotage and reveal cards in the opponent’s hand.
Well-aware of power’s benefits, Nilfgaardians target the strongest enemy units, crippling them or eliminating them altogether. Since cards are not automatically drawn each turn, players must master the unique gameplay mechanics, such as timing and spells, to crush opponents. The game offers in-game purchases.
ARENA MODE: Arena Mode functions as a draft mode, where players must build a deck from random cards. The player will pick one of four cards of identical rarity randomly shown. Twenty-six cards are drafted, and then a leader is chosen from 3 randomly shown leaders. The cards shown are from a pool of all cards, meaning decks can contain cards from all factions. There is no limit on how many gold cards or silver cards can be in the deck, and any number of duplicates can be drafted.