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Nilfgaard coming to Gwent: The Witcher Card Game next week

Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, which is currently on beta, is about to get the fifth playable faction, Nilfgaard, on February 6, 2017. Their mechanics will be further expanded for the standalone version of Gwent, featuring not only spies, but also characters able to reveal cards in opponent’s hand as well as disloyal units that can change sides when your rival least expects it. This will be a part of a large update, which is also going to include 60 new cards for the remaining factions: Northern Realms, Scoia’tael, Skellige and Monsters.

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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game beta gets ranked matches and redesigned progression system

Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, currently available as closed beta on PC and Xbox One, has received an update adding a bunch of new cards, ranked matches, and redesigned progression system. From now on, players will be rewarded not only for winning entire matches, but also for individual rounds – this means that even if you loose a game despite having fought like a lion, you'll still get some reward. This, however, comes along with pushing players’ progress down to level 10, at which you get introduced to the ranked matches, a new, season-based competitive game mode.

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An ex-Witcher 3 developer now working on open-world fantasy game for Dying Light creators

One of key developers from The Witcher 3 team at CD Projekt RED, Damien Monnier, is now working for Dying Light creators at Techland, another Polish studio. This studio is currently working on a new IP, described as an open-world fantasy game with strong RPG elements, single player campaign and co-op mode. Monnier’s experience with both The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Gwent: The Witcher Card Game should be much needed at a project like this one.

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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game single player campaigns will be paid

Not all the features in The Witcher Card Game will be available for free, CD Projekt RED told us at T-Mobile Warsaw Games Week. While the expansive competitive multiplayer as well as tutorial will be distributed at no cost, there will also be several story-based single player campaigns, which are going to be paid. On the other hand, the developers are putting a lot of effort into making them complete, satisfying experiences, which includes hiring the original Witcher 3 voice actors.

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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game to be stress tested this week

Before the Closed Beta of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game launches on September 25, 2016, CD Projekt RED are planning to stress test the game on PC in order to make sure everything runs smoothly for beta-testers. Kill the Servers! event will take place this Friday and next Tuesday. However, only selected Closed Beta participants will be invited for the stress test. KtS! keys are going to be distributed via social media, so you may want to follow CD Projekt RED on Twitter and Facebook.

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Gwent’s singleplayer story mode is more than just a simple addition

Gwent: The Witcher Card game has a lot to offer – even in its simplified, single player and campaign-oriented form. Speaking of it as if it was just another minigame is a big understatement, for the amount of work put into making the thing work is indescribable. If you loved Wild Hunt, you’re gonna love Gwent so much.

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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game beta pushed to October

The closed beta of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game has been pushed to October 25, 2016. CD Projekt RED explained that they need the extra month in order to make some necessary changes and improvements to the game. However, the standalone version of The Witcher 3’s acknowledged CCG will be playable next week at this year’s gamescom. The full version of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is planned to launch on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game on 15-minute gameplay footage

A 15-minute long gameplay footage from Gwent: The Witcher Card Game—a free-to-play standalone version of Gwent from CD Projekt RED’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt—was presented at E3 2016 yesterday. The title is heading to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. At the moment, you can register for the closed beta that will start in September for PC and Xbox One. PlayStation 4’s beta will happen at a later date. Check out the aforementioned video in the full version of this article.

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