That's their problem, I'd say...
No, it is not. Read below...
That's your CDPR guys' assumption
Sapkowski actually has Borkh debating Geralt's point "that Golden Dragon is a legend" by saying that maybe there is one, a mutation. He also relates to Geralt being unable to sire children by holding Saskia and saying that he will survive through her. On top of that, he says that the hatchling was his payment (another "draconian witcher" reference) for helping Myrgtabrakke to safety. The same way Geralt binds himself to Ciri.
We are planning to roll out additional languages for GWENT in the future, however at this moment there are no details I can share. Sorry.Denroth;n7655150 said:Question: what are the languages supported by Gwent(in future)?
I guess, that wouldn't be a question for me.Riven-Twain;n7654500 said:How about a premium Dice Poker card? Randomly buff or damage three cards on either side of the board. Hah hah hah hah! (Ay . . . it's not that funny.)
Premium version of Geralt card is just that. We are looking into adding some other stuff but at this point I can't really confirm or deny any additional items.GosuPerngz;n7653210 said:Will Close Beta tester get any special/exclusive cards? like Gold Gelbin Mekkatorque in HS? :cheers:
Good to hear! It was our goal to be fair to everyone playing the game.friketje;n7649980 said:Wow.
CDR nailed it. This is good news for everyone. Fair to new players, and it should give closed beta players at least a competetive deck.
Some YouTubers/Streamers visited our studio last week to check out Nilfgaard with us. Our developers also went to meet up with guys in Brazil, Germany and Russia - that explains other language versions.ffabrao;n7622730 said:I am very confused at this moment. I saw videos on youtube of people showing the new deck; McBeard and KingBlackToof. My guess is that they are the game developers and eventually show some decks and cool mechanics of the game to give the players ideas to build their decks. Then I saw another channel showing the new deck with everything in Portuguese.
After all, who has access to the new things in advance?!