Gwent Thronebreaker Price Revealed, Available Now for Pre-order on PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Gwent Thronebreaker Price Revealed, Available Now for Pre-order on PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Game of thrones.

CD Projekt Red's Gwent story mode spinoff, Thronebreaker, is now available for pre-order on PS4, Xbox One, and PC through CD Projekt's GOG store. Thronebreaker is available for $29.99 and will release at the end of October. CD Projekt released a new teaser to go along with today's announcement.

The video shows glimpses of Meve, Queen of Lyria and Rivia, and seemingly who the Thronebreaker story will focus on. While no plot detailers are revealed in the teaser, we can see glimpses of scenes we expect to see in the game, as well as a final image of Geralt, who later becomes a knight in her realm.

Thronebreaker is expected to be a 30-hour, story-focused adventure but with gameplay still built around the central Gwent card game mechanic. CD Projekt Red announced that Thronebreaker will come out on October 23 for PC, but December for consoles.

For more on Thronebreaker, plus an introduction to Gwent, check out our Gwent guides.

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