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Thronebreaker is selling less than expected

Thronebreaker, Gwent's recently released single player expansion, is not selling as much as developer / publisher CD Projekt Red hoped and part of the problem may lie in the store chosen for the release. The expansion, which builds a ...
Thronebreaker - The Witcher Tales on Steam

Thronebreaker - The Witcher Tales is now available on Steam

After three weeks in which his debut was exclusively limited to GOG, Thronebreaker - The Witcher Tales also arrived on Steam. The Steam version of the video game, which reproduces the game ...

Here is 37 minutes of gameplay of Thronebreaker

Thronebreaker has come a long way since it was simply thought of as the single player campaign of GWENT, the video game by CD Projekt Red that reproduces the most popular card game in the setting of The ...

Gwent, the spin off of The Witcher III, will soon have a spin off called Thronebreaker

Today, during the discussion on financial results, CD Projekt Red announced that Gwent's single player campaign will transform into a separate game called Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales. The Witcher 3 is ...

The final release of GWENT will arrive in October, with significant changes

GWENT, CD Projekt Red's video game that reproduces the most popular card game in The Witcher setting, has been as successful as it has obstacles and setbacks so far. If the multiplayer part of the video game ...

E3 2021 - Resident Evil Village, Re: Verse DLC confirmed ...

The start of Capcom's E3 conference was entirely dedicated to the new chapter of Resident Evil: Village. The developers thanked the fans for ...

E3 2021 - New trailer and demo for Monster Hunter Stories ...

The Capcom conference at E14 15 was held on the night between 3 and 2021 June. During the show the developers are ...

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