Although Gwent: The Witcher Card Game has been available through a beta program on both PC and Xbox One for several months, PlayStation 4 players will be able to get their hands on the title for the first time this weekend. Announcing the launch of a technical beta for this weekend, CD Projekt Red confirmed that game would be available from March 31 at 10AM PDT/6PM BST to download from the PlayStation Store.
Those who wish to participate in the test and try out the title simply have to search for “Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Technical Beta” on the store and then proceed to download. This is the first open beta for the game, though, a more accessible version will be coming in the future for PC and Xbox One as well. The beta will end on April 3 so that only gives players a few days to try out the game for the first time.
While players will be able to build their own decks, play the tutorial and jump online to fight against other players, the beta is restricted as it does not allow users to purchase in-game items as the Xbox One and PC version does.
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