If you’re a collector in The Witcher 3’s Gwent card game, you’re in luck. But if you’re also a completionist, then you’re no longer are.
With such an extensive cards list, it can be difficult to record what cards you have without a tracker. What a mess!
Unfortunately, there’s no official Witcher 3 Gwent tracker to help you find where to buy Gwent cards. According to information on CD Projekt Red official forums, there won’t be any:
Fortunately, there are plenty of online resources to see where you can get them. These online resources also show where Gwent sellers are in The Witcher 3.
For example, the Gwent players you can find in White Orchard are Elsa the innkeeper, one of the players sitting in the inn, and the seller you helped against the griffin.
Finding all the Gwent cards means you’re going to have to explore everywhere around the game to collect them all. Just remember that the Gwent cards you win from playing the game are completely random. However, you have to make sure you find some sort of Witcher 3 Gwent tracker because you could miss a couple cards early in the game. There are a number of missable cards such as the Triss card and the Dandelion card.
For those wanting a Witcher 3 Gwent tracker, there aren’t any auto-tracking systems officially provided by CD Projekt Red. You could go old-school, put in a little more effort and have a pen and notebook.
There are a number of unofficial websites you could go to that have a comprehensive list of Gwent cards that you could buy or win. While some cards are set, you have to remember to play as many Gwent matches as you possibly can, as some can be completely random.
Just keep playing if you want to be a Gwent completionist! In the mean time, here are some Gwent tracker websites we found in the beginning a brand new year:
Now, what is completion without completing the one quest that is tricky, requires you to almost lose to win it, and has a chance to bug out on you? Find out the way to get this quest cleared!
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