GWENT The Witcher Card Game Technical Beta To Be Held On PlayStation 4 This Weekend In All Regions


PC and Xbox One players have had the chance to play GWENT The Witcher Card Game, the TCG based on The Witcher series, since last year, and there's still no word on when PlayStation 4 owners will be able to enjoy the game's closed beta. A first taste of the game, however, will be coming very soon.

Earlier today, CD Projekt Red confirmed that a GWENT The Witcher Card Game PlayStation 4 technical beta will be available this weekend, from March 31st until April 3rd. To access the technical beta, players will only have to download the client from the PlayStation Store when it becomes available.

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If you want to check out GWENT on your PlayStation 4 you can do so starting Friday, March 31st, 19:00 CEST. The Technical Beta will end on Monday, April 3rd, 08:00 CEST. During that time players will be able to create their own decks, check out the tutorial and participate in online casual matches. The game will be available for download from PlayStation Store.

Q: What game features and functionalities will be available in the Technical Beta build?
A: The Technical Beta build will allow players to create their own decks, play the tutorial and online casual matches.

Q: What’s the purpose of the PlayStation Technical Beta?
A: The Technical Beta’s purpose is to test how the game works on PlayStation 4 with many users playing simultaneously. Technical glitches are possible, but the game is already fun!

Q: Is there any chance you’ll extend Technical Beta tests?
A: We’re not planning to extend the Technical Beta.

Q: Is PlayStation Plus required to participate?
A: A PlayStation Plus subscription is not required to participate in the Technical Beta.

GWENT The Witcher Card Game will launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the second half of 2017. A closed beta is currently available on PC and Xbox One, allowing players to try out the game's online modes.