Witcher adventure 'Thronebreaker' hits Xbox One in December

Single Player Spin-Off RPG Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Tells a Story on PS4 This December

Single Player Spin-Off RPG Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Tells a Story on PS4 This December

While The Witcher franchise developer's upcoming RPG, Cyberpunk 2077, is the one hogging the spotlight these days, CD Projekt RED's collectible card game venture and its single-player campaign are nearing closer to their release. Thronebreaker is not that game.

Unfortunately, console players will have to wait a bit longer due to certification requirements, pushing back the release date for Homecoming and Thronebreaker on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 to December 4.

The game includes puzzle elements and uses a card battle system inspired by "Gwent: The Witcher". Will any of you be playing GWENT or Thronebreaker at release? The new 3D graphics are obviously a big change but the alternations to the gameplay seem just as significant.

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We've been able to play GWENT in beta form for quite some time. Combining narrative-driven exploration with puzzling and card battle mechanics, the game tells the tale of Meve, war veteran queen of the Northern Realms. Players will build an army, embark on quests, and discover captivating new stories crafted by the developers responsible for some of the most iconic moments in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

After months of waiting, CD Projekt Red has finally given us a release date for Thronebreaker and Homecoming - both the multiplayer overhaul and the singleplayer campaign will launch on October 23. Since Thronebreaker is being made by the same people behind The Witcher 3 the plot and lore will all be regarded as canon.

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