Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Gets Another Gameplay Trailer

Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Gets Another Gameplay Trailer

Richard Walker

CD Projekt RED has put out another Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales gameplay trailer today, showcasing more from the story-driven single-player GWENT spin-off. This follows last week's 37-minute gameplay video, offering a deep dive on the game and its various features.

Set within the universe of The Witcher and grizzled monster slayer Geralt of Rivia, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales takes the card-based tactics of GWENT, giving you an army to manage, a battle camp to upgrade, a choice-driven narrative to playthrough, and more.

These RPG mechanics are explored in more detail in the new gameplay trailer below, alongside new locations and characters teased for the full game. Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales launches for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 4th December, following the game's PC release next week.

  • I feel like they’re asking too much for it, but once it’s half off I will give it a whirl. Gotta support my countrymen haha
  • I was excited about this when they announced it. The more I see it now, the less I want to play.
  • @ #1 ... Agree with Vinny 100%. Strong buy once the price drops and they have 6-12 months of patching it. Love the lore of the Northern Kingdoms and excited to play out this story. Highly recommend the novels, even if Sapowski turned out to be a greedy a-hole (referring to his legal action vs. CDPR). Has anybody actually tried to play Gwent IRL? I got all the cards from the Witcher 3 expansion and bought a really nice, engraved wooden board on Etsy. It is fun but keeping score is a chore.
  • The game is supposed to have a 30 hour campaign with multiple endings. Not sure why people don't think it's worth $30.
  • @ #4 ... Honestly I don't think any game at launch is worth $30 in the state that they are released in! More seriously though, $30 is a steep price for what was likely the budget of Thronebreaker, compared to the budgets of other games that retail for $60 at launch. There may be a lot of value in the offering in terms of longetivity, but $30 would be a huge profit margin for them. No mo-cap, attractive but simplistic visuals, etc. Plus it's a card game with an animated overworld map. It'll be fun, but it's not worth $30 relatively.
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