Witcher card game 'Gwent' is shutting down on consoles

Witcher card game 'Gwent' is shutting down on consoles

CD Projekt Red

warned that it’s shutting down Gwent on PS4 and Xbox One to focus on the PC and mobile versions. Between the recent release of the Witcher-themed title on iOS and its upcoming Android edition, there would be too many versions to support while still "improving feature parity between them," the studio said. You’ll have a while to keep playing, but you’ll start to notice the shutdown process very quickly.” data-reactid=”22″>You’re about to have one less option for card games on your console. CD Projekt Red has warned that it’s shutting down Gwent on PS4 and Xbox One to focus on the PC and mobile versions. Between the recent release of the Witcher-themed title on iOS and its upcoming Android edition, there would be too many versions to support while still “improving feature parity between them,” the studio said. You’ll have a while to keep playing, but you’ll start to notice the shutdown process very quickly.

not always an easy choice) or accept that you’ll be playing on another platform from here on out.” data-reactid=”24″>The developers noted that the PC and mobile editions were the “most popular.” In that light, this is really triage to ensure that CDPR supports the widest possible audience without compromising on quality. All the same, this is bound to be frustrating if you’re a Gwent console fan. You’ll have to either switch to another title on consoles (not always an easy choice) or accept that you’ll be playing on another platform from here on out.

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