GWENT: The Witcher Card Game Mobile Release Revealed (VIDEO)
Spinning off from the main Witcher RPG series, GWENT: The Witcher Card Game has long given players a dedicated avenue to play the series’ magical card game, so far launching on PC in addition to consoles. It appears that mobile players will soon have the chance to test their mastery of the cards, as a release date for iOS has now been officially announced.
Currently available for pre-order, GWENT is scheduled to go live on the App Store starting October 29th, the card game confirmed to launch as a free-to-play title. CD Projekt RED’s announcement further confirmed cross-progression between PC and iOS and promised a worthwhile port which “combines the full feature set of the PC version with controls reimagined for the touch interface.” Check out the trailer and video description below.
GWENT: The Witcher Card Game from CD PROJEKT RED, creators of The Witcher series and upcoming Cyberpunk 2077, is coming to iOS! GWENT is a fast-paced tactical card game of two armies clashing on the battlefield, where skill is your greatest weapon.”
With the iOS release of GWENT now currently on the horizon, people are certain to ponder if/when the expected Android version will see release. While it appears fans of the mobile platform will indeed get their wish, an official release date may be little ways off, with CD Projekt previously confirming an Android reveal sometime “at a later date.”
We’ll share more details regarding the Android release at a later date. 🙂
— GWENT (@PlayGwent) April 10, 2019
The Witcher series has been all over the news lately, with the upcoming Netflix adaptation seemingly revealing a release date and The Witcher III: Wild Hunt soon hitting the Nintendo Switch–Gwent going to iOS only being the most recent. Of course, Gwent isn’t the only Witcher game to have made it to mobile, the platform having previously played host to a unique fighting game a number of years ago.
GWENT: The Witcher Card Game releases for iOS devices on October 29th.
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