Single Player 'Gwent' Spin-Off Now Standalone Title

Single Player 'Gwent' Spin-Off Now Standalone Title

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Single Player 'Gwent' Spin-Off Now Standalone Title

by Dylan Blight


Although the single-player campaign for Gwent: The Witcher Card Game was originally thought to be coming as an add-on to the already available multiplayer component that has been in Beta since 2017, developer CD Projekt Red has announced this is not the case.

The single-player portion will now be its own game called Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, which will apparently be a 30-hour RPG. Quite a long campaign for a card-card if true

Fans of the Witcher 3 have been clamouring for the single-player aspect of the Gwent card game first introduced within the Witcher 3 game. Although Gwent has become a high-paying esport and competition game, it has had it's own issues with players, let alone leaving those clamouring for a solo experience.

This news came from CD Projekt Red’s financial briefing which you can watch below if you’re interested.  

Thronebreaker will presumably release sometime mid 2019, but no details have been confirmed.  


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