Gwent’s Final Price Of Power Update, Harvest Of Sorrow, Adds 26 New Cards

Gwent Harvest of Sorrow

The ultimate a part of the Worth of Energy growth for Gwent is now on the desk, as Harvest of Sorrow launched at present on all platforms. The mini-update provides 26 new playing cards and focuses on the Valley of Flowers, “the place summer time is coming to an finish, and with it the time of pleasure and carelessness.” Hey, a few of us can stay careless year-round!

You should purchase Kegs containing the growth’s playing cards — in addition to these from the first and second elements of the growth — or take pleasure in 30% off the growth move if you buy earlier than midnight on November 16, granting you all 117 playing cards and a bounty of extras. There’s additionally the Harvest of Sorrow combo on the market within the in-game store, which incorporates all Harvest of Sorrow Premium playing cards, six avatars, and the Octavia Hale “Witchfinder” chief pores and skin.

Study extra concerning the Worth of Energy growth on the Gwent website.

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Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a variety of expertise to MMOBomb, together with two years with Beckett Media the place he served because the editor of the main gaming journal Huge On-line Gamer. He has additionally written professionally for a number of gaming web sites.

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