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We have some UI changes scheduled for next updates.
Currently there is no possibility of adding friends in-game, however, it may change in the future.265feral;n8404560 said:I can't see a function in the game that allows me to see previous opponents and 'add them as friend'. Is this currently in-game? If not, is there a plan to put this in the game?
Tutorial will get a complete overhaul soon. Also, you can try testing new decks in the casual mode, there is a lot of variety there.gr8horned1;n8371280 said:How about upgrading the Practice Mode.........nothing has been done with this since day 1. I like the practice mode because it's where I can test new decks I've built without affecting my rank or level. However....you only get to play the same opponents over & over again and they don't even have any new cards or strategies.
It looks like the issue is on the gog's side then, not on forum's side. Please contact gog's supportAnen;n8367690 said:yes, i try to login to gog.com using Edge but I don't receive email. I have tried it again before replying your post but still no email, and no pop-up security code on Edge browser.
GWENT team is continuously working on both current and new content, including the single-player campaign. We also have a bunch of new cards in the works. We want to show it to you, but only when it’s ready and polished.Ninschi;n8360630 said:I'm really starving for new content.... how about you?
Hey!Anen;n8364320 said:Hello CPDR
I have an issue I can't login from Microsoft Edge Browser the problem is I don't get security code on my email when I tried login from ME. I had remove my mozila and I try ME and I cant login. This thread is written from IE.
Yes. Some cards were removed from this build on purpose.raitodota;n8306310 said:Same problem here. Those freezes were so annoying.
Besides, I couldn't find Stammelford's Tremors card in my collection. Was it removed on pupose or?
We're constantly working together with GOG on improving technical aspects of the client as well.cbhem;n8264320 said:Is there a chance the client in the future may handle these kind of problems more gracefully than "oops" crashing?