A tiny some-more than a year after it launched in preview as an Xbox Play Anywhere title, Gwent: The Witcher Card diversion strictly launched on Xbox One yesterday. Unfortunately for Windows 10 gamers, developer CD Projekt Red announced on a same day that it was dropping support for a UWP PC chronicle of Gwent, and a diversion has now been private from a Windows 10 Microsoft Store.
CD Projekt Red didn’t give an reason for a discontinuation of a UWP PC version, though Xbox Live cloud saves concede Windows 10 gamers to collect adult where they left off on a Xbox One. Moreover, PC players can also keep personification on PC by migrating their Gwent actor comment to a Gog.com PC version. You can learn some-more about how this works on this FAQ.
The diversion ditching Xbox Play Anywhere support a day it drops a preview tab on Xbox One is really not good news for Microsoft’s gaming platform, generally given CD Projekt isn’t a tiny indie developer with few resources. It’s now been dual years given a initial Xbox Play Anywhere games launched on Xbox One and Windows 10, though we’ve seen really few large third-party games support a beginning solely for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, or We Happy Few some-more recently.
If we have nonetheless to check it out, Gwent: The Witcher label diversion is free-to-play on all platforms, and a diversion also supports crossplay between Xbox One and PC (the Gog.com version) as good as Playstation 4 and PC. However, greatfully note that we do need to have an Xbox Live Gold susbcription to play on Xbox One.