Gwent & Thronebreaker Launch on PlayStation 4 & Xbox One

CD Projekt Red have announced that Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, and Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, have now officially launched on consoles. Well, not all consoles. It’s “only” available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. No Switch version as of yet. To celebrate, they’ve added the Launch Celebration Pack to the store for console players, with tons of goodies inside, including a bunch of kegs and much more.

Gwent & Thronebreaker Launch on PlayStation 4 & Xbox One
Gwent & Thronebreaker Launch on PlayStation 4 & Xbox One

Fans of Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, and its spin-off, Thronebreaker, can now also say that their versions of the game have now officially launched. Gwent has been out on consoles in Beta format for a good, long while now, that much is true. But, now it’s a full release. They grow up so fast. To celebrate, the developers have added the Launch Celebration Pack to the game’s store, which you can purchase up to five times per account, only on console. The pack contains 24 Card Kegs, one Legendary Card (out of three), 500 Meteorite Powder, and five Arena Tickets.

Meanwhile, Thronebreaker is available for purchase on both the PlayStation and Microsoft stores. Like the PC version, available on GOG and Steam, it comes packed with a bunch of digital bonuses. Namely, you get the game’s soundtrack, concept art, five premium kegs, avatars and player titles for Gwent, the Gwent artbook in digital format, and the Dark Horse Witcher graphic novel “Fox Children.” Pretty good haul overall. Incidentally, if you don’t know what Thronebreaker is, I’ll get you up to speed quickly. Basically, it’s a single player offshoot of Gwent, which is a combo between Gwent and an actual RPG set in the Witcher universe. The difference is that Gwent is free-to-play, and Thronebreaker costs $30.

For more details on Gwent, you can check out the Gwent Homecoming website. Meanwhile, if you want to know more about Thronebreaker, head over to the official Thronebreaker website.

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