Gwent To Be Discontinued on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One


If you are a professional gamer, then you must be aware of the Gwent which is the most popular free-to-play card game which is available for all the major consoles and gaming platforms.

Gwent by The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt launched a few years ago on Xbox One and soon after its release on Xbox One platform, it was made available for all the other platforms and consoles.

Unfortunately, the game didn’t work well on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 platforms. With less popularity of the game, CD Projekt RED decided to discontinue this game from PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The next update of the game will freeze up the Gwent game to its current state. You will not be receiving future updates, real-time money purchases, matchmaking support etc by now from the game if you are playing it on the mentioned platforms.

Additionally, CD Projekt RED has also said that the game will be operational on both the platforms until June 9.

Furthermore, they have also added that the Gwent Card Game will be there as it is for the PC and mobile platforms. That means the PC and Mobile platforms will receive regular updates of the game with their new versions in the future.

According to the game’s developer, PC and Mobile are the most popular platforms with the highest number of users of the game. This is why they have decided to make it discontinued from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platform which is not that popular.

Starting from December 9, the players of this game will be able to transfer the data from their one account to the other one. Players will be able to transfer ornaments, Meteorite Powder for Xbox One players, currencies, cards, decklists, levels, ranks, Thronebreaker rewards, and contracts from console accounts to GOG accounts seamlessly.

Furthermore, they have also added that the accounts will not be merged instead they will be kept separate with the copied data. If you want to transfer your data from console accounts to GOG accounts, you can do so within six months of period. They have offered six months of time for the users who want to transfer their accounts’ data.

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