Hi Burza, Got some questions. I have played a lot of video games in my life and seen so many exploits. What does an exploit mean in video gaming? It means taking the full advantage of a game's fault to benefit yourself. Remember a couple season's ago assimilate was completely broken? As long as I remember it was triggering 2 times when you played a card. Some people were taking the advantage of it to rank up on ladder. That was an exploit and cdpr had to fix it in two hours. Now you normally get xp for playing matches here, which is the most normal and usual thing according to the way this game was built. Forfeiting is a game feature not an exploit and it's up to the person if he wants to continue a match. He is not forced to complete the match. If he was forced to continue then gwent wouldn't be a game. And I think cdpr is well aware of that and that's why they added the forfeit button. So please tell me how could someone get banned for using a game feature. Also if you call it an exploit then you are also admitting the fact that gwent is a faulty and buggy game. So why not just fix it in an interesting way like you did to witcher 3 when people were cow farming to get orens. You can make it like people can forfeit not more than 10 times a day. Collecting cards takes thousands hours of game play here. And people that are doing it probably don't know that you call it an exploit when it's a pure game feature. Straight banning them isn't right especially when they have spent thousands of hours and using game features. So please focus on fixing what seems wrong instead of blaming and banning people.Conceding multiple game is considered XP farming, we advise against it. If you concede a given number of games your account will be automatically suspended.
Roadmap is coming, most likely with the patch stream, but we'll talk more about that later.