Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is coming to Android next month with an exclusive pre-registration bonus on offer.
CD Projekt Red has announced that Gwent, the smash-hit card game that was spun out of the studio’s The Witcher III: Wild Hunt will be released on Android devices on March 24, 2020.
Excited players can pre-register their interest on the Google Play Store to receive the unique Imperial Golem avatar bonus when the game is released. The avatar will be added to players’ collections as soon as it’s installed. If you’re mildly curious about playing Gwent, it’s probably worth doing, especially as the game is free to download.
The Android edition supports cross-play with users on PC and iOS. Progress and in-game purchases can also be shared via gog.com. You can find out more over at the game’s official website.
In the meantime, check out the new trailer for footage of cards being dealt. And we mean DEALT!
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