You have a camp in which you recruit units and equip weapons, items and trinkets to Meve. You have a resource called recruits these let you create units (cards), which you add to your army. There of course will be different difficulty modes.As far as I can remember Thronebreaker got somewhat inspired by the Heroes of Might and Magic games and we'll be able to build up our city to hire more units. If that's still the case:
- Will be be able to upgrade our cards in the campaign? (I've heard we'll be able to upgrade Meve, but what about the normal units?)
- Can we build a giant army through hiring more and more unit cards? Or does it "only" allow us to get more cards to build a deck with, so hiring more units "just" increases the card options to pick from?
- Will Thronebreaker have multiple difficulty modes and/or unlockables that reward multiple play-throughs?
We can try to release them online in this case Music for GWENT is specifically composed for the game, so we try not to add older tracksHi Burza,
Thanks for all the responses. I saw someone mention having the soundtrack from Blood and Wine introduced in the game. That would be highly welcomed. (The Mandragora would get my blood pumping)
To add to that, any plans to introduce some of the tournament tracks into the game (like the Challenger match entrance theme)? Or at least release them officially online?
Keep up the great work!
It's not easy from a technical perspective, this is something we are constantly looking into.Hi friend Burza. Very excited for Homecoming.
Earlier you said you weren't sure about somehow linking Windows/Xbox to GOG. Given that a certain other card game is able to link PC and Xbox, is there any technical limitation keeping us from eventually being able to sign into the same GOG account on both?