Gwent proves itself capable as more than a minigame, with mechanics that support intricate online matches that eschew chance in favor of tough choices
Gwent's revamped ruleset and eagerness to reward your time spent with it make it a compelling multiplayer endeavour in The Witcher universe.
Months after the final release, Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is still going strong. The minigame-turned-esport continually goes through iterations and patches, shedding skins and morphing into a real beast of a card game. It has a wistful past, a solid present, and a bright future.
Hearthstone has worthy and equally matched opponent. Witcher World flares in card game from CD Project Red.
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Gwent is an excellent card game that is simple to understand, yet still takes time and thought to master. Its depth and replayability will keep you engaged for countless hours.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is definitely a promising CCG, but the developers' decision to throw two years of development away and start anew is puzzling. It remains to be seen whether it was a wise decision.
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