GWENT Is Now Available On iOS
It's finally time. Today, CD Projekt Red's Witcher-based card game GWENT has officially launched on iOS, giving iPhone and iPad users the ability to take the game with them wherever they go. Both versions of the game combine all the features of the original PC game with controls designed for the mobile devices.
Of course, for those who like to play their games on multiple platforms, CDPR has made sure progress and purchases are available across both using the player's GOG account. And, yes, cross-platform combat is available.
In celebration of the iOS launch, everyone who logs into the game on an iPhone or iPad prior to November 5 will be gifted a free Welcome Pack containing an Ultimate Premium Keg with 5 animated cards and a Mirror Shard to be used to enter Arena Mode.
Unfortunately, if you're an Android user, you're going to have to wait a bit longer for a mobile version of the game. But, CDPR does have it scheduled to release in the first quarter of 2020.
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