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The Witcher Adventure Game Out Now!

Together with Fantasy Flight Games, a marketplace leader in board game development and publishing, we are proud to announce the release of The Witcher Adventure Game, an unique and thrilling opportunity to dive into the universe of The Witcher in premium quality board game format.

The Witcher Adventure Game takes players on a journey across the world of The Witcher as they assume the roles of four beloved characters from the books and computer games: Geralt of Rivia, monster slayer; Dandelion, roguish bard; Triss Merigold, cunning sorceress; and Yarpen Zigrin, dwarven warrior. A variety of quests invite players to hunt monsters, earn gold on dangerous missions, and interact with the characters they meet in a web of alliances and treachery.

The Witcher Adventure Game is available now in good board-game stores, and, in digital format, on Google Play, Apple Appstore, Steam and (PC and Mac). The digital version of the game was designed by CD PROJEKT RED and developed by Can Explode. Both versions, i.e. physical and digital, offer the same, thrilling experience, and contain over 280 cards and 30 monsters. In addition, the physical version contains meticulously crafted figures of in-game characters, and specially created, superior quality dice by Q-Workshop.

See the trailers for the physical and digital editions.
Selected screenshots can be found here, here, and here.

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4 comments so far...

CyberPsycho Posts: 1349 Joined: 2011-04-22
No, the only advantage you have buying retail, is that you have the physical discs and other stuff that might be included depending on which retail version of the game you bought. You will not get any discount as far as I know of. Only on GOG.
Poser Posts: 30 Joined: 2008-05-07
OK, I feared an answer like this one would happen.
Well, It's ok. CD Projekt is an awesome company and maybe the best happening to gamers in a long time. So I will buy retail version anyway.

Thanks for the clarification.
Booster Posts: 983 Joined: 2014-09-03
You could get it on GoG and then put the installer on a USB or something as a physical back up
Poser Posts: 30 Joined: 2008-05-07
You could get it on GoG and then put the installer on a USB or something as a physical back up
I know, that's what I do with other games. But in this case, I want the retail version becaouse of the art, map, manual...