Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales release date has now officially been announced via CD Projekt RED's Twitter account. This Witcher-themed RPG will be coming out just next month, and so we won't be waiting very long until we can return to the universe of The Witcher.
Even though it's not a mainline Witcher title, there has been much commotion over the Thronebreaker release date, because even though we're talking about what is essentially Gwent's singleplayer mode here, a Gwent-centric Witcher game is better than no Witcher game at all.
As we've mentioned before, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales' scope has greatly increased over the past year or so, with CD Projekt RED deciding to branch the thing off of Gwent itself and release it as a standalone RPG.
With a 30-hour campaign, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales won't need to shy away from billing itself as a fully-fledged singleplayer release, even though the majority of its gameplay will feature Gwent as its main driver.
According to the official announcement, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is going to be coming out on PC alongside the stable Gwent release, on 23rd of October, and via GoG, with console editions coming out on 4th of December.