Jun 11, 2016 08:00 AM EDT
‘The Witcher 3’; Gwent Card Game Spin-Off Scores Solo Release; Mini-Game To Be Available On Mobile Soon? [LEAK]
CD Projekt Red has filed a trademark with the European Union Intellectual Property Office on the first week of June in Polish for "The Witcher 3:" Gwent Card Game. The mini-game will be classified as a video game, card game and an online gaming service.
It will include its standalone logo which covers an array of classifications including jewelry, figurines, stationery, clothing, leather goods and other ornaments. However, the EUIP filing document does not state if the contract extends to a physical card. According to a recent European Union trademark filing, Nerd Leaks shared.
Alike, Hearthstone and other competitive digital card games, Gwent features a pre-built deck and which allows players to collect cards and pile your deck before matching against other players in a best-of-three bout. To win, players must score more points than the opponent in each round.
CD Projekt Red's annual report mentioned last month that a new video game format previously uncharted by the studio is under plans for 2016. In May, Game Director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz announced that their "Blood and Wine" expansion for "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" will be the last piece of post-release content for the extensive RPG, IB Times UK reported.
Meanwhile, "The Witcher 3" Gwent Card Game is a game likely to be available on mobile platforms. This will provide a lot of reach that a title like "The Witcher 3" does not offer. It's also a way to continue producing "The Witcher" content after CD Projekt Red concluded that "The Witcher 3: Blood And Wine" marked the end of the series, Game Rant reported.
Additionally, Iwinski said in his Eurogamer interview that Cyberpunk 2077 will not be appear at the upcoming E3 conference, IB Times UK said. And when he was asked whether the teased video game format will be exposed at the event, Iwinski said: "We will see." But when asked if it has relations to "The Witcher" series, his enigmatic response was "Time will tell."
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