Finally, Gwent: The Witcher Card Game has now been introduced to the Android operating systems after it made a debut to the scene on iOS back in the month of October. Its final arrival on Android devices is almost 12 months to the day after CD Projekt Red reported it was dealing with cell phone versions of the free-to-play title.
Try Out ‘Gwent: The Witcher Card Game’ on Your Android Now
To play Gwent on an Android device, there are minimum specifications that the potential smart device must meet up to. You must make sure that the device has to the tune of at least 1.5 GB of RAM and be running Android 7.0 or higher.
On the off chance that you’ve played the game somewhere else and it’s associated with a GOG account, you can continue your advancement and buys. The Android form likewise offers cross-play with PC and iOS.
Growing in Popularity
Enthusiasm for the now popular project officially went through the roof after Netflix released the very first season of The Witcher TV series back in December, with people running to play (or re-play) The Witcher III. Now, it is a totally different ball game to what it used to be out there.
In any case, that same month, CD Projekt Red said it would close down Gwent on PS4 and Xbox to concentrate on the “most well known” forms on PC and portable. The Android discharge ought to, in any event, assist some with comforting players who don’t have a PC or iOS gadget get back in the swing of things.
You are going to require a device running on either Android 7.0 or a higher version and at least 1.5 GB of RAM for the game to be compatible with the device and to your satisfaction.