Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Launches on Apple M1 Macs

Gwent: The Witcher Card Game M1

CD Projekt Red’s Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is now available on the Apple M1 Mac systems. If you have a macOS device with the Apple M1 equipped on it, download the game from the Mac App Store and play it for free on your device.

If you are unaware of the game, Gwent is a free-to-play card game of choice and consequence, where your skills are the most powerful weapon, not luck. Players will have to lead powerful armies from the Witcher world, players wage war against one another dynamic multiplayer duels across a number of modes. The modes include friendly matches, Draft battles, and ranked games.

In celebration of the launch of the game on the Apple M1 Macs, Gwent’s in-game store has updated with special macOS and iOS only offers. The game’s Ultimate Starter Pack includes 35 Premium Legs in total: 5 per each of Gwent’s expansions and 5 Ultimate Premium Kegs.


If you go for the Witcher’s Pack, you can gain 45 Premium Kegs from the latest expansion called Way of the Witcher. Both the offers have a 30% discount that can be availed until April 22, 2021.

Gwent has already received a ton of content with the six expansions already released in the game. Its sixth and latest update was released in December last year called Way of the Witcher which focused on the origins of witchers and their creators. The last expansion saw the addition of 70 new cards spanning 60 faction-specific ones and 10 neutrals along with powerful fresh abilities like the Adrenaline mechanic that triggers you to have a specific number or less in their hands.

Gwent: The Witcher Card Game will work on all macOS devices that have the M1 chip equipped on them. The game features full cross-play and cross-generation support with versions of the game for PC, Android, and iOS.

Are you going to play the game on your PC? Post your comments below.

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