Requires an Internet connection and iPhone 6s, iPad Mini 4, iPad 5, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, iPod Touch 7 or newer.

Join in The Witcher universe’s favorite card game! In GWENT, you clash with your friends in fast-paced duels that combine bluffing, on-the-fly decision making and careful deck construction. With heroes, spells and special abilities that dramatically turn the tide of battle, deception and clever tricks are necessary parts of your arsenal.

FREE TO PLAY THAT’S WORTH YOUR TIME — A fair and fun progression system turns the effort of building a competitive collection of cards into pure pleasure — just play GWENT, no strings attached.

STUNNING, ALL ACROSS THE BOARD — Beautiful, hand-drawn art and mesmerizing visual effects breathe life into every card, battle and battlefield, making GWENT both fun to play and a joy to watch.

SKILL BEATS LUCK — Crush the enemy with brute strength or outsmart them with clever tricks — GWENT’s unique round-based gameplay opens up a world of strategic possibilities to play with.

EASILY SATISFYING, ANYTHING BUT EASY — Sling cards across two tactically distinct rows — melee and ranged. Gather more points than your opponent to win a round. Win two out of three rounds to win the battle. It won’t be easy, but no one said it should be.

NO HOLDING BACK, NO HOLDING HANDS — You start with 10 cards in your hand, able to play each right from the start. It’s up to you to open the game with your strongest unit, or save the best for later.

What’s New

Version 4.1.3

Minor stability and performance improvements.
Fixed filters default settings in Deckbuilder.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
13.5K Ratings

13.5K Ratings

StimpyCat ,

Polished, fun, fair

It seems like Gwent has been out for consoles and PCs for so long. Now finally iOS players get in on the action. If you played The Witcher 3 then you know not only about Gwent but also about the developers. They are a company of integrity that produces incredibly polished, fun games. The visuals and sound effects in this game are just stunning. The Gwent you remember from Witcher 3 is very different but it won't take you long to jump into it. What I love about Gwent is it obliterates frustrations I have with other card games. With games where you have mana as a power source you often have games where you have too much mana or too many cards that need mana when you have none. Then you're just sitting there continuing to watch the other player take turns without being able to do anything. The same goes for games where you get power each turn automatically. If you get stuck with lots of cards with high power you again can't do anything. With Gwent you just focus on playing and having fun. You can play any of your cards at any time. You can spend money to get ahead in the game but if the free to play aspect is very generous. I already love the iOS version and am going to be playing every day.

TheCurious14Time ,

One of the best, if not the best

I enjoyed this game immensely. The game itself requires you to use skill and not luck mostly, so it depends on who has the better deck or better skills. It just makes it feel more rewarding.

Also, I like it that you play it in rounds instead of just one game. Usually CCGs would have you play one game where you most of the time the matches depends on the luck of the draw. It also sometimes makes you dread ranked matches. With Gwent, though, you get used to losing a round or two. So it doesn’t feel as nerve wrecking as a single match CCG. And it’s not p2w at all. The game itself is generous enough to give you packs and about five starter decks that can hold their own. Of course, you’ll lose a few matches with someone whose uses Op cards, but that’s part of the game. You just grind a bit to get a couple of packs.

Overall, this game is the best, as it requires you to know what you’re doing with your deck (a.k.a. skills).

kylejunn ,

No region lock and disconnect ends in loss

This game likes to pair you up with people that live on the other side of the globe, where the lag is traumatising. Most of the time you’d sit there to be inevitably disconnected and the game will 100% counts it as a loss. There is no way to guarantee region lock, and even though I live in NA, I have been paired with people from China for about 50% of the matches.

Why do I think they’re from China? Well, here’s my theory. First, if not obvious enough, they have Chinese usernames. Second, because China censors and have their own system of internet, players have to use VPN in order to play this game. Why they would set their region to NA is beyond me, but I have a strong belief that this is the case. Depending on the time of day you play this game, the frequency that you’d encounter Chinese players would vary. If you work night shifts like me and play this game at odd hours, the number of Chinese players you’d encounter is abysmal. I have had 5 games back to back where the game just lags to a disconnect and the players usernames are indeed in Chinese letters. DO NOT mistake me for being racist or hateful of the Chinese, I love them and they are awesome. However, it is hard to enjoy a good game of Gwent with them when the game barely responds and gives you a loss because of network issues. Something has to be done.

Developer Response ,

Hello! We're working on improving connectivity issues, I hope you'll be able to feel the difference shortly!


2.4 GB

Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish

Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
In-App Purchases
  1. Starter Pack $4.99
  2. 15x Card Kegs $19.99
  3. Season of the Elves Bundle $7.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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