Thronebreaker The Witcher Tales Released on PC with Launch Trailer

The new game from CD Projekt Red set in the Witcher universe, Thronebreaker, is now out on PC. CDPR has also released a launch trailer for the game, introducing us a bit more closely to the game’s protagonist. The console version of Thronebreaker is on the way, too, coming out in early December.

Thronebreaker The Witcher Tales Released on PC with Launch Trailer
Thronebreaker The Witcher Tales Released on PC with Launch Trailer

Thronebreaker, the single player offshoot from Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, is now available on PC. Since it’s a CDPR game, you can only get it via their platform, GOG.com (or GOG Galaxy, if you will). The price at the moment is $30, which, you know; not a bad price for a newly-released full game. Mateusz Tomaszkiewicz, the director of the game, is really proud it, saying: “Today is the day I’ve been looking forward to for a while. The team has poured much love, passion and hard work into making Thronebreaker a true-born RPG, and a Witcher world adventure to boot. I hope that players will enjoy the experience we’ve prepared for them — from the mature, choice-driven tale it tells, to the characters they’ll meet on their journey, to challenging puzzles and story-driven battles.”

Oh, and, as for all you console players, don’t worry. You guys are going to get your version of Thronebreaker, it’ll just take a little over a month longer. Specifically, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will come out on December 4th. Oh, the preorders for the console versions of Thronebreaker are already up for pre-orders, if you want to grab your copy fresh and early. Incidentally, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales comes with a bunch of digital goodies. These include “the official game soundtrack and concept art, digital versions of GWENT: Art of The Witcher Card Game artbook and The Witcher graphic novel Fox Children from Dark Horse, as well as player titles, avatars, and card kegs for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game.”

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