gwent crimson curse expansion

Gwent's Crimson Curse Expansion Arrives This March

March 5, 2019 8:55 AM

By: Robert N. Adams


The Gwent Crimson Curse expansion has been announced and it will be arriving sooner than you might think; it will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One later this March. Gwent is a digital card game created by CD Projekt Red that's set in the universe of The Witcher. It's been quietly chugging along, but the game could certainly have used a major content update. Players will now be able to check out a bunch of new goodies very soon with the announcement of this latest major update.

Have a look at the Gwent Crimson Curse Expansion Teaser to get a feel for the theme of this upcoming expansion:


The first Gwent expansion will be introducing over 100 new cards. These new cards will include 31 neutral cards for all players. There will also be 14 faction cards for each of the game's factions and you'll be able to get your hands on them very soon: the expansion launches on PC and consoles on March 28, 2019.



Five cards are up for preview on the site; here are their stats and abilities:

  • (7) Disgraced Brawler (Skellige)
    • Deploy, Bloodthirst 3: Lock this unit.
    • Berserk: Destroy this unit.
  • (2) Dryad Ranger (Scoia’tael)
    • Harmony.
    • Deploy: Damage an enemy unit by 2. If it survived, give it Poison.
  • (2) Windhalm of Attre (Northern Realms)
    • Shield. Every allied turn, on turn end, boost this unit by 2 if it has a Shield.
  • (3) Plumard (Monster)
    • Deploy: Give an enemy unit Bleeding for 2 turns.
    • Bonded: Give an enemy Bleeding for 4 turns instead.
  • (o) Samum (Neutral)
    • Damage a unit by 3.
    • Deathblow: Move adjacent units to the other row.
You can see the card art and read more about the expansion announcement on the game's official website. The Gwent Crimson Curse expansion will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on March 28, 2019. If you don't already have Gwent, you can play it for free via GOG.

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What do you think of the new cards previewed? Are you still playing Gwent? Will this make you consider going back if not? Let us know in the comments below!

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