CD Projekt Files Trademark For Gwent: The Witcher Card Game

CD Projekt Files Trademark For Gwent: The Witcher Card Game
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Is Witcher III card game Gwent strong enough to stand on its own? A trademark application filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office indicates that developer CD Projekt Red thinks so. That, or they just wanted to protect the keen logo they came up with.

While the trademark application (discovered by NerdLeaks) doesn’t specifically state the logo is for a digital version of Gwent, one of the Nice classifications in the listing is related to computer software, so there’s a fair chance we’re looking at a standalone expansion of the popular mini-game. PC and console would be great, but I’d love to have Gwent on my iPad.

I pinged CD Projekt PR, but so far haven’t heard anything back. I’m guessing that if there’s a announcement to make, they will make it in their own time.


  • Gwent is something I always felt needed either a proper expansion or its on standalone title.

  • I’m a ridiculous Gwent addict in the game, but that’s against computer opponents. I really don’t see it having that much depth as a multi-player game without significant changes.

  • Loved gwent, screw the storyline just roam around W3 world challenging everyone to games of gwent. #gwentlyf

  • Buy the physical versions of the two Expansions and you can have actual gwent cards, digital be damned! 😛

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