Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Editorials
The black ones are coming! CD Projekt RED presented the fifth playable faction in Gwent: The Witcher Card Game. This gave us a chance to visit their HQ, learn something new on the anticipated standalone expansion to one of the most addictive minigames ever presented in an RPG, and spend some pleasant time testing the forces of the Empire in battle. The closed beta-tests are still in progress, so many things can change when it comes to balance and details, but we’ve managed to secure some new, interesting facts concerning Gwent’s unique feature – single player story campaigns.
2017 – here we go! In our recent articles we’ve shared with you some thoughts on the releases and disasters of 2016, and now the time has come to leave the past behind and look into the (hopefully) bright future. The upcoming twelve months are shaping up to be quite interesting. We’ve got some highly anticipated RPGs vying for our attention as well as remakes of classics awaited by the fans, some sequels, and – of course – a couple of fresh, original productions. Without further ado, check out the top picks of our editorial team that are going to invade our computers and consoles in 2017.
How many times have you seen a minigame becoming a standalone title? It’s not very common, but CD Projekt Red have decided to make a nice surprise. The card game, which according to many was the best element of The Witcher 3 (this and maybe the ability to move clouds with Aard), will actually be released as a separate game. The elements known from the last year’s RPG will be severely modified, and there will be a lot of completely new solutions. Don't know about you, but I always wanted to play Gwent in PvP!