New Witcher spin-off game headed to mobile


CD Projekt Red’s Witcher videogame series has certainly been one of the most popular pop-culture franchises in recent history, spawning a number of console titles and even a Netflix series. Its continued relevance has even spawned a couple of mobile games, both available for Android devices. With that said, an upcoming spin-off title is in the works, and it might be headed to Android soon.

In an interview with gaming website IGN, Gwent Comms lead Paweł Burza stated that the upcoming game will be available for Android, iOS, and PC later this year. Currently codenamed “Projekt Golden Nekker,” the game is a spin-off set in the Gwent universe, which itself forms part of the overall Witcher in-game universe. The upcoming title will also be exclusive to mobile and PC, with no planned release for game consoles at the moment.

The game was first revealed by CD Projekt Red back in January, although it will supposedly focus more on providing a single-player experience, as opposed to the multiplayer-oriented gameplay in Gwent.

Currently, there are two Witcher spin-off games available for mobile devices, which are GWENT: The Witcher Card Game, and The Witcher Tales: Thronebreaker. Both titles were also previously released on consoles, and heavily revolve around Gwent’s gameplay and mechanics.

Source: IGN

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