GWENT: The Witcher Card Game | How to Play


Set in a dark and twisted world full of witchers, monsters, knights and sorceresses, GWENT is a card game where armies clash and you, as a commander, lead the charge. You engage in battles divided into rounds. To win a round, you need to gain more points than your opponent. To win a battle, you need to claim victory in two out of three rounds. Sound easy? Trust me – it won’t be… You begin by choosing a faction, each faction offering a distinct feel and play style, along with unique leaders. Then, you assemble your army. Each card has a Recruit Cost – the higher this cost, the more powerful the card. Added together, the total Recruit Costs for any deck you build cannot exceed the Recruitment Cap. Once you’ve amassed your force of at least 25 cards, you’re ready to fight. You start with 10 cards in hand. As the commander, you can swap cards before the start of a battle and between rounds. This makes your cards your most valuable resource. With your cards in hand, you’ll then need to think on your feet, bluff, and craft devious combos and strategies to outplay your opponent. The battlefield has two sides, each with two rows. You can send any unit from your hand to the melee or ranged rows, however, placement is often crucial, as certain units perform better when deployed to a specific row or alongside a particular unit. As the leader you have one more, special play in hand: a set of unique abilities you can use to turn the tide of any battle. Your experience as a leader and commander will grow with each clash, as will the resources available to you. You’ll expand your army with new, powerful and unique units, either by crafting cards or by stocking up on Card Kegs. Powerful armies and mighty commanders, tough choices and brutal consequences — this is the world of The Witcher, and it’s at your fingertips. So see you on the battlefield.




Comments
  1. I've started the game today after more than 6 months and i dont know this game anymore. Everything has changed. Maybe its not bad but i am really sad ive lost all my cards and all my knowledge about it. Its like to learn walking again… i hope i can keep my joy for this game…

  2. will it ever run in parallel, one Quint before the release of HC ? for the that now tear off and throw away as on me. should we wait for "alcolista" output Guinta which we loved which still makes us worry about Quint, well guys this is nothing Guinta who perebegaet Yes shoot if we wanted to have something in Hartstown would play out like guinta had taken the soul, I'm aware that two series is in the plans for cellphones to produce dark colors and "pretty" leaders are in tact Bloody feud Well, how could create such a masterpiece and so inept to fuck that up with the release of HC "boring grind with poor mechanics and cool like leaders" for whom it was generally to do not that We loved Quint guys "pretty" but not the main thing in this QUINTA "QUINTA"

  3. This game is not only full of glitches, but it has microtransactions and too many overpowered characters.
    I guess none of you has played this game, because it just sucks to play without paying.
    Or … you are rich.

  4. I wish they'd have a version of Gwent that is just like in the actual game; I love that one whereas this one doesn't make any sense to me!

  5. Gwent has changed so drastically from the Witcher 3 to the standalone open beta. I gave up as it became more complex, and it seems now they've changed it even more…

  6. Better than that fucking grinding hearthstone. When you go mobile you will destroy this shit.
    Pray for Gwent our new card games god.

  7. I HATE WHEN PEOPLE COMPLAIN ABOUT MICRO TRANSACTIONS IN A FREE TO PLAY GAME , MICRO TRANSACTIONS IS THERE MODEL FOR MAKING MONEY WHILE AT THE SAME TIME GIVING US A GAME TO PLAY FOR FREEEEEEEEE, DUM ASSSES ……

  8. I have played many FREEEE to play games online for pc, and PEOPLE NEED TO UNDERSTAND ONCE A GAME IS FREE TO PLAY THERE WILL BE MICRO TRANSACTIONS .

    I have spent money in free to play games not much but I still spent and I dont regret it .
    I just enjoy the fact that there are games out there I can download and start playing for FREEE.

    So DONT COMPLAIN ABOUT MICRO TRANSACTIONS, its a way of keeping the game alive WHILE GIVING YOU FOR ( FREEEEEEEE)…….. DUM ASSES .

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