The Gwent card game that started as a likable fringe addition becomes the centerpiece of a brand new plot title - and is highly acclaimed
Did you miss the world of Garrett the Monster Slayer? Although the main trilogy has come to an end with Wild Hunt and its duo of expansions, it seems that the entire brand should not really disappear from the landscape in the near future - and alongside the free (basically) Gwent that offers players to indulge in an alternative to Hearthstone we now get Thronebreaker The plot with a princess named Meve and is based on card battles as its base, instead of the same XNUMXD real-time battles we are used to.
Using the Gwent card battles In a game with a price tag of $ 30 It may sound like a convenient and accessible idea for a quick profit at the expense of the popularity of The Witcher, but fortunately Thronebreaker's reviews make it clear that this is not the case, praising the product which combines a mature and intriguing plot and an appealing game world that adds some different elements. Relatively simple.
With an average score of 85 out of 100 based on 18 reviews On the Metacritic website, It seems that the new episode can definitely be mentioned as another success of CD Project Red Studio, which will probably also be a commercial success (when it becomes available to everyone Through the GOG store On October 23) and could become the basis for an entire series of similar-style games that tell plots around Garrett's own actions, under the name The Witcher Tales that appears here as the game's subtitle.
Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is for single player and will reach PCs in a little less than two days, with a launch also planned for consoles of Sony And Microsoft on December 4, 2018. Are you planning to try it or will you give up the offer? Let's talk about it in the comments!