Gwent The Witcher Card Game Next Kill The Servers Event Will Feature New Decks, Two Skellige Cards Detailed
Last week, some lucky players have been able to try out Gwent The Witcher Card Game before the beginning of the closed beta testing thanks to a stress test that's been aptly named Kill the Servers. The event will be coming back in around 24 hours, and it seems like there will be some new features.
A few minutes ago, the Gwent Official Twitter profile confirmed that new decks will be available during the second Gwent The Witcher Card Game Kill the Servers event, which will begin tomorrow, September 27th, from 8PM CEST until 12AM CEST.
— Gwent (@PlayGwent) September 26, 2016
A couple of other Gwent The Witcher Card Game cards have also been detailed by the game's Official Twitter profile recently. The two cards, which will be part of the Skellige deck, were also available in The Witcher 3 Gwent mini-game, but they have both received some changes which should make them more useful.
Blueboy Lugos spawns a Spectral Whale on the opponent's side of the board. pic.twitter.com/kL4fxcUZW2
— Gwent (@PlayGwent) September 25, 2016
Udalryk lets you draw a card from your opponent's graveyard. pic.twitter.com/fAHqHsYiDw
— Gwent (@PlayGwent) September 24, 2016
The Gwent The Witcher Card Game Kill the Servers event from last week allowed players to play against others with the Northern Realms or Monsters decks. Both decks were pre-built, and customization features were obviously unavailable. The addition of new decks, however, should make the second Kill the Servers experience more varied and fun.
Gwent The Witcher Card Game will launch on a yet to be confirmed release date on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game's closed beta will begin on October 25th on PC and Xbox One, with a PlayStation 4 closed beta coming at a later time. We will keep you updated on CDPR's upcoming game as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.
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