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CD Projekt Red confirms that it will leave Gwent at the end of 2023

Though it made its debut in 2018 on Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, Gwent: The Witcher Card Game expanded its reach in 2019, 2020, and 2021, when it also made its way to iOS, Android, and macOS. The single-player expansion Gwent: Rogue Mage released earlier this year. Unfortunately, CD Projekt Red has confirmed that 2023 will be the last year of official support for this game, which will be released to the gaming community starting in 2024.

As revealed in a recent YouTube video (see article source link), Gwent: The Witcher Card Game will have a new competitive season and three new cards next year. The season will end in December, and the card drops will bring no fewer than 70 new cards to the game, but these will be the last to be added to the game.

Starting in 2024, the game will be driven by the community through Project Gwentfinity (no details available at this time, other than the fact that it involves a community-driven effort backed with tools and guidance from CD Projekt Red). In addition to everything else in the game right now, CD Projekt Red is also working on improving the progression system. Upcoming progression improvements promise to spice things up for players in terms of difficulty/complexity and the rewards that can be earned as well.

The multiplayer servers will remain active for the foreseeable future, but CD Projekt Red will surely go offline one day. However, this is a topic to reflect on in a few years. For now, the Gwent team at CD Projekt Red remains focused on making sure the game is ready to roll out to the community late next year.

Last but not least, it should be noted that the game will continue to receive some support after delivery, mainly in terms of server maintenance, technical support and monitoring of the work of the community.

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