Journey Returns To Gwent For A Second Season
Journey, the seasonal progression system recently implemented in CD Projekt Red's Witcher-based card game Gwent, has returned for its second season. With the new season, players will be able to progress through over 100 new levels by participating in standard, season, and arena matches -- earning plenty of new rewards along the way.
The new season will last three months, during which time players will be able to follow an all-new story revolving around Ciri. New chapters will be published every week, so there will be something to look forward to on a regular basis.
The base tier of Journey is available to all players for free. But, for those of you looking for a bit more, a premium pass is also available. This pass grants access to the customizable Ciri legendary leader skin, as well as plenty of additional rewards. The premium pass is available to purchase for $10. Or, if you'd like to unlock 25 levels immediately, you can get that in addition to the premium pass for $25 via the Gwent site.
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