CD Projekt discontinuing support for Witcher card game Gwent on consoles

They add that since PC and mobile seem to be the most popular platforms on which players choose to play Gwent, it's console versions that are having their support discontinued.

The news was broken in a post on the official Gwent website.

Now that Gwent: The Witcher Card Game has launched on iOS and is coming to Android, CD Projekt Red have made the decision to discontinue support for console versions of the game. I still believe it was one of the best free-to-play games on console, though apparently not enough other players agreed.

Gwent first released in beta in 2017 on PC, before coming to consoles in late 2018. GWENT recently launched on iOS devices, with an Android version in the works. As of today, players can no longer spend money on new card packs on PS4 or Xbox One.

Console players won't be left in the dust, though. Though the game will still be playable and progress can be copied over to GOG, console versions will no longer be updated or have content released for them and cross-platform matchmaking will cease to be supported.

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However, on December 9 through June 9, 2020, you'll be able to copy your mobile account to a new or existing GOG account. Xbox One players can also transfer their Meteorite Powder, but PlayStation 4 owners cannot. With Gwent already out on iPhones and set to come to Android devices shortly, it'll be nice to be able to port nearly all of my progress over to the mobile version and PC versions, which use the same account. There is a caveat though in that there's no support for account merging, which means if you have multiple accounts across platforms with different levels of progress, you may be in a spot of bother. On the 9th December, the update will "essentially freeze Gwent in its current state".

Players will be able to copy their progress over from the 9th of December, 2019, until the 9th of June, 2020.

There will be no regular updates for console versions starting with the December 9, 2019 update.

CDPR say they'll share more details about the whole transferring process when the page goes live next week on December 9th.

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