Game Developer CD Projekt Red announced its digital card will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next week. GWENT: the Witcher Card Game open beta will begin on May 24th. To prepare you for the upcoming battles, here are the tips and tricks to outlast your opponents in GWENT The Witcher Card Game.
Public Beta Release
Keep in mind that all of the players' progress will be reset in the public beta. In a press release, the developers say they want everyone to have a fresh start in the game. Hence, those who purchase Card Kegs will have a refund. In addition, all those who participated in the beta will receive special awards such as exclusive Geralt card.
Next week, there will be livestream for GWENT: The Witcher Card Game public beta that will be aired on Twitch at 9 PM CEST.
In Gwent, players take turns placing cards on the game board. The goal is to beat your opponent's score by using cards with high-value points. The card game closely resembles a two-player board game than a typical collectible card game.
Toying with your opponent's mind is important in the game. To be victorious, you need to win two rounds of a game of Gwent. This mechanic encourages players to think cleverly, rather than relying on a lucky card.
Also, you may want to bait your opponent by playing all their strongest cards to win the first round, and then beat them in the next rounds. Of course, you can't be too obvious. You can also hold your best cards and use them at the right time.
Building the Perfect Deck
Each card has their own unique effect outside of their points, so it is important to build your own collection and improve your deck. If you want to have a good set of cards without spending too much money, the answer is mill cards for scraps, and then craft better replacements.
Crafting is the best way to obtain new cards without spending money, according to VG247. It is slow and requires patience, but you can choose the card that will be useful to your deck.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is a very different beast from Hearthstone and Elder Scrolls Legends. The card game can be fiercely competitive, but once you mastered the gameplay, it is very addicting. Good luck!