I'm not sure how big of a group this would be, but if you're one of those people who have been waiting specifically to play GWENT specifically on a macOS device with an M1 processor, your wait is over. CD Project Red announced today that The Witcher card game is now available on these devices via the Mac App Store.
As with the other versions of the game, the M1 version features full cross-play and cross-progression. So you can still easily move between PC and mobile devices as well as your Mac. Of course, there are other compatibility requirements, so you'll want to check on those via the game's product page on the App Store.
In honor of the launch, CDPR is offering players on macOS and iOS special discounts on a few items. These include the Ultimate Starter Pack with 35 Premium Kegs (five from each expansion), and the Witcher's Pack featuring 45 Premium Kegs from the most recent expansion. Both can be picked up at 30% off until April 22nd.
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