The creators of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt game, CD Projekt Red, announced at E3 2016, that they are developing an independent Gwent title for Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. In September, it was expected to go into closed beta for the past two consoles, though users will have to be patient up to the 25th of October, to finally be able to enjoy the game. The studio has mentioned, in a statement, that they require still some further time to complete the Gwent before they can feel confident to let the games hit the shelves.
“We know we can make a first impression only once, and want to be sure everything is ready before we blast off,” CD Projekt Red said. “Delivering a good game is more important to us than keeping a deadline. Still, that doesn’t mean we don’t realise that delays can be disappointing, and we apologise for making you wait.”
It is possible to examine game prior to the release if you are going to be present at the Gamescom from the 17th until the 21st of August. Or even so, you can register ahead for the beta, Gwent’s website. The developers shall even allow play to experience one round of Gwent, for the very first time, 2 months before the releasing of the beta, on the show floor. Also, it can always be played in the original Witcher 3.
CD Projekt Red confirmed as well, that during September the Gwent The Witcher Card Game will be open for chosen. Sadly, The Witcher universe fans shall probably have to stay in expectation a little further to able to enjoy the beta version of the game. This is known, since today it was made certain by the developers, that the Gwent The Witcher Card Game closed beta, will be postponed for a month later, releasing only on October 25th. It was stated, by the developer’s team, that for the game to reach its full potential, it must have extra production time, never mind its beta stage.
As already mention, for the most impatient players, a glance of the Gwent The Witcher Card Game can be caught at the Gamescom, which shall take place in Cologne, Germany, as from next week. This event will be world premiering public experience of the product, so do not forget to visit the by CDPR’s stand, to encounter how Gwent differs from the original game.
Gwent The Witcher Card Game releases as a free-to-play game on PC, while the launch date for the consoles, is yet to be determined. The closed beta shall start on the 25th of October.
‘’At E3 we announced that we’d launch the Closed Beta of GWENT: The Witcher Card Game in September. Unfortunately, we feel we need some extra time with the game before we hand it off to you for testing. We know we can make a first impression only once, and want to be sure everything is ready before we blast off. Delivering a good game is more important to us than keeping a deadline. Still, that doesn’t mean we don’t realise that delays can be disappointing, and we apologise for making you wait.’’ It was stated by the developers,