CD Projekt Very Pleased With Gwent's Performance on PS4

Gwent was launched on PS4 last, but apparently the game is doing very well on the platform, according to a recent report from CD Projekt RED.

September 7, 2017

Gwent: The Witcher Card Game reached the PS4 last, at the opening of the public beta back on May 24th, after months in closed beta only on Xbox One and PC, yet, CD Projekt RED appears to be very satisfied with how the game is doing on Sony’s console.

During a presentation for investors hosted yesterday, President and Joint CEO Adam Kiciński was asked to share the proportion of players between Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

To that he explained that while the developer does not publish specific information on the players share among the three different platforms, they’re very pleased by the PS4 version’s commercial performance. The game has also done well in Japan, so the game is doing “super” on PlayStation.

During the presentation we also got a minuscle update on the development statis of the studio’s upcoming RPG Cyberpunk 2177, that still has no release date or even a tentative window. On top of that, we heard that a 4K patch for PS4 Pro is coming in a few days.

This comes fresh after CD Projekt RED announced a story mode titled Thronebreaker for Gwent at Gamescom, alongside its plans for propelling the game into the realm of eSports.

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Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is currently available for PS4, Xbox One and PC as a free-to-play public beta.

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