Since the beta for Gwent: The Witcher Card Game kicked off last year we've seen a few things get changed up and reworked to make sure the game is at its best that it can be. It really is what CD Projekt RED is going for here instead of the usual demo hidden as a beta thing that most other companies go for when they really just want to hype a game or test their servers before launch. That all said, we've seen changes that some love and other disagree with but for those who are still not in or playing the beta currently, you may need a breakdown for how Gwent is played here as it is a bit different than its original inception back in The Witcher 3. Well at least it is mostly still the same but still…
Just in case you are one of those people who haven't been completely up on all of the changes and just how Gwent: The Witcher Card Game has progressed, we have a new video here that outlines all of the basics from playing a hand or two down to building your own decks. Both of which are a bit different from the original concept but more or less don't look like they have changed too drastically over the course of the beta and development. I mean, why break what wasn't broken in the first place here? Even back at E3 it was still pretty solid and only really needed some cosmetic things in my book but fans of Gwent can be a bit more demanding that I when it comes to the game. Hopefully the developers can fully deliver to those expectations too.
No more holding out though so you can get to what you came here for. Here's an updated look at all of the basics for Gwent: The Witcher Card Game and just how you will be able to play as the game stands right now. Of course this could all change down the road but it is a nice little recap to get the ball rolling for those new to all of it right now. As if that could be the case though.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game — Game Basics
See how you can get into Gwent: The Witcher Card Game in just a couple of minutes. Find out the basics of building your deck, managing the board, outsmarting your opponent and playing your cards to win a game of Gwent.
Have you been able to experience Gwent: The Witcher Card Game in the beta form or have you been left out of the fun? Do you think that the gameplay has changed all that much since its first inception or is it about the same still? When do you think that the final version of the game will hit the market and do you think it will capture the hearts of gamers all over again? Let us know and then feel free to discuss down in the comments. As more on Gwent: The Witcher Card Game comes out here, we will have it on the site for you. Hopefully CD Projekt RED is getting to a great place with it based on all of our feedback and the wait will almost be over. We can hope right?