Sign Ups Are Now Open For Gwent's Android Closed Beta Test
Android owners will soon be able to take CD Projekt Red's Witcher card game Gwent with them wherever they go. Closed beta testing for the mobile platform will begin on March 10th and signups are officially open via the GOG.com and Google Play platforms.
This won't be a restrictive beta test, as CDPR promises all participants will have access to all of the game's modes and features. In addition, progress made during the test will not only be kept when the Android version fully releases on March 24, but also carry over to the PC and iOS versions of the game -- provided the accounts are linked, of course.
Information on how to sign up for the test are available on the Gwent site. It should also be noted that even if a player doesn't get into the test, they can still pre-register on Google Play and receive an exclusive avatar for their efforts.
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