CD Projekt Red is bringing its hugely successful card battle game to iOS and Android.
Gwent first popped up as a mini-game in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2015 and was subsequently developed into a sturdy, addictive, free-to-play online card game for PC, Xbox One and PS4.
The console and computer version will get its first major, paid expansion tomorrow, which introduces over 100 new cards to the game, which hints towards the premium content model that could be adopted on mobile too.
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Crimson Curse will be available from 28 March and costs £30.99 on PC and through the in-game store on console variants of Gwent.
"We’ve been preparing long and hard to adapt Gwent to smartphones," said the game's director at CD Projekt Red, Jason Slama.
"Beautiful visuals aside, we’ve tailored much of our technology, including GOG Galaxy which powers Gwent’s multiplayer, to support mobile devices.
"I think our vision for bringing Gwent to smartphones combines the best we have to offer both in terms of graphics and gameplay. I can’t wait to share more details on the subject with you later this year."
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