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It’s really flying under the radar without all the pretty graphics, but there’s a new Witcher game coming out this Tuesday. Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales has been spun off from Gwent of course, but it promises to feature all the usual questing, adventuring and decision-making we’ve come to love from The Witcher, except this time it’s replaced bog-standard sword-fighting with card battling.
Just like the game itself, the system requirements for Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales have chopped and changed over the last few months. With the October 23rd launch imminent though, CD Projekt RED has settled on the system specs. Originally set to be included with Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales has spiraled into its own 30-hour long RPG, swapping traditional combat for card battling. At first blush, Thronebreaker looks like an RPG that should be playable on just about any system, but let's see how that shakes out...
CD Projekt RED has announced pre-orders for Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales have gone live, gearing up for the October 23rd launch on PC. The new adventure set within the universe of The Witcher promises to be a lengthy beast, swapping sword fights for story-driven Gwent battling. Swoon.
CD Projekt RED has stepped up the competition, announcing its new Gwent-focused Witcher RPG, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales, will be launching exclusively through GOG.com on October 23rd.