Gwent: The Witcher Card Game ReviewPublished December 29, 2020
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is an excellent free-to-play deck, builders, strategy game and is far better and faster than other games.
Before writing Gwent’s review: The Witcher Card Game, let me inform you that the game is still under observation. This means that it is hard to tell how the game will react after some time. However, after playing the game and checking all the features, I will be writing this review for all of you to get a better understanding of the game.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is an excellent free-to-play deck, builders, strategy game and is far better and faster than other games. The game is available now on Android and iOS, which means you can play it anywhere you want.
The game’s main character is Gwent, who occupies a unique position in The Witcher Universe and can bring in both characters from the book timeline. Moreover, in the game, you can choose six factions, such as Northern Realms, Nilfgaard, Scoia’teal, Monsters, Skellige, and Syndicate.
These factions allow you to build a deck from a pool of cards, which includes units and spells. Furthermore, you can choose cards from the neutral pile enabling you to add a few other favorites characters of your choice. But what makes it more interesting are the neutral cards, which you can use in the synergies of these factions to make the game more exciting.
The core gameplay structure is compelling, and it has three rounds, and the player with the most number of points stays on the top. Moreover, the gameplay constraints give it the chance to shine in short bursts to provide you with a leaner and more full experience.
Another pro of this game is that you do not have to know about the character as it was in the book, and you can keep playing the game casually.
The game with the final release feels more like a proper battle to give orders to your units. It has a generous freemium system along with a fascinating fantasy universe.
Some of the factions are hard to beat, and that makes it frustrating sometimes. Moreover, some of the sections are only good at playing close range, making them weak against different attacks.
The game still has some of the old Qol Tweaks. Furthermore, you might also experience some staleness in the Meta.
Buying the Game
You can get fantastic rates to buy this game from GOG.