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As in right now, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. And to celebrate the event CD Projekt Red has released two new trailers showcasing both a cinematic look at the game, plus a quick rundown of what exactly Gwent is. Outside of being a unique competitive card game. Fair warning though, Geralt looks weird in this trailer.

It might be the eyebrows. Yeah, it's the eyebrows. Apart from that though this is stylish as all hell, and brings back many a fond memory of The Witcher 3.



Also, here's an updated look at the Gwent gameplay, which if you haven't played since The Witcher 3 has seen a number of minor changes. In addition to the inclusion of some awesome card animation, which wasn't there last time we checked in with the game. Admittedly that was a while ago.





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