The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt mini-game turned standalone game GWENT has been released on Android. And can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store.
GWENT is developed by CD Projekt Red and was originally released as a standalone game on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 back in 2018. And later for iOS in 2019. But the console versions are no longer supported and online matchmaking is no more in the console versions. This move was made in favour of being able to support the PC and Mobile versions of GWENT better.
Having played the Android version myself, I found that it ran fine and played well. My experience was very similar to the experience I had playing it on Xbox One and shows CD Projekt Red’s extra time on the Android version paid off.
Since being in Beta and being released as a standalone title, GWENT has seen many changes and an esports scene has also emerged. And in my opinion, it is also one of the more generous games on the free-to-play market. This alongside the stunning artwork makes GWENT a game that I can recommend to Witcher and card game fans alike
If you want to get involved in all of the GWENT action, collecting cards and using them to overcome opponents on the battlefield, then you now have another way to do so.
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