CDPR’s single-player ‘Gwent’ spin-off is out today on PC and mobile

CD Projekt Red has released another entry in its series of The Witcher games. The studio is Gwent: Rogue Mage as a single player expansion for , but it is sold separately. It’s available today for $10 on PC, iOS, and Android. A $20 premium edition offers perks for Gwent.

rogue mage was under the working title of Project Golden Nekker. It takes place hundreds of years before the birth of Witcher protagonist Geralt of Rivia. You play as the magician Alzur trying to create the very first witcher to protect humanity from an onslaught of monsters.

However, don’t go into it and expect a lot of details that will go into the . “While we have a story to tell about Alzur’s obsession with creating the first witcher, we’re not treating this expansion as an official addition to The Witcher lore,” said game director Vladimir Tortsov . “We hope players get enough immersion to complement the gameplay-first formula, but we don’t expect story to be the primary reason for players to appreciate this release.”

The game is a roguelike deck builder. You move around a procedurally generated map and engage in card battles based on the mechanics of the original Gwent. You can improve your army by collecting more cards and equipment. There are also dozens of difficulty modifiers.

Tortsov says it will likely take players over 30 hours to complete and find everything rogue mage, which is designed for gaming sessions lasting up to an hour. The game can be played entirely offline, although there are online features like leaderboards and cross-saves so you can pick up where you left off on other devices.

CDPR debuted the original Gwent . It’s a free-to-play multiplayer title based on a mini-game in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. rogue mage is not the first single player version Gwent, although. CDPR previously released a single player campaign called .

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