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Okay sure, that's quite the headline. But the card-battle game Gwent which became its own standalone thing after players fell in love with the game-within-the-game found in The Wither 3: Wild Hunt is apparently getting its own spin-off. Called Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales it's described as a single-player RPG experience.

But it's also something that developer CD Projekt Red aren't talking about quite yet. The revelation, came as part a recent financial review with additional information and details still to come. What we do know is that it will be a standalone game, separate from Gwent, and also an RPG with a lengthy cinematic campaign.

Originally teased last year, as seen below, the a single-player mode that was originally coming to Gwent - has seemingly grown to become its own thing.



Perhaps the strangest part is that it's not being described as a card game, but word is that it will connect in someway to Gwent and release alongside the full version. Gwent, which is free-to-play but still in beta, is still listed as having a full release sometime this year. But with no firm date we wouldn't be surprised if that gets pushed out to next year.



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