Gwent: The Witcher Card Game – Public beta is now available to everyone

CD Projekt RED, creators of The Witcher series of games, announced today the start of the public beta phase for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game for PC. In order to celebrate this announcement, CD Projekt RED has released a new cinematic and a gameplay trailer that can be viewed below.

Marcin Iwinski, co-founder of CD PROJEKT RED, said:

“Public Beta is an important step towards GWENT’s final release. We’re opening the gates to everyone who wanted to play, but didn’t make it into the Closed Beta, and — at the same time — we’re introducing some pretty significant content and gameplay changes like adding animated versions of cards for every card in the game, new starter decks, or how weather cards work,” Iwi?ski adds. “I’m extra curious how all of the community feedback we’ve incorporated will resonate with both current players and those who’re just starting. Please keep the feedback coming, we’re listening!”

In GWENT: The Witcher Card Game, gamers clash with their friends in fast-paced duels that combine bluffing, on-the-fly decision making and careful deck construction. The game is played over a best-of-three series of rounds, as players unleash their hand by slinging spells and diverse units with special abilities and use clever tricks to deceive their opponents.

Gamers can start playing immediately by visiting its official website.

Enjoy!

GWENT: The Witcher Card Game | Cinematic Trailer

[BETA VIDEO] GWENT: The Witcher Card Game | Official Gameplay Trailer

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