Although it’s been five years since the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and the priority for CD Projekt at the moment is Cyberpunk 2077, the Polish studio finds room not to abandon Geralt de Rivia and company. Today, the Gwent card spin-off makes its debut on Steam, and it does so with a few new interesting features.
The Steam release features cross-game capabilities and synchronization with other versions of the game, which means you can compete with iOS, Android and GOG players; plus move all the items and progression between these platforms, says the game’s official website. In addition, the title also features Steam achievement integration and Steam trading cards. In other words, the most complete players will be able to enrich their profiles with medals, gain experience and unlock collectibles.
In addition, CD Projekt explains that a new update of Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales allows players to unlock items in Gwent when playing the Witcher Tales campaign. These rewards include premium cards and cosmetic items, which will be given automatically when certain requirements are met. If you have already played The Witcher Tales on Steam, you can retroactively unlock the rewards only if you completed the course in online mode.