The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine – beating the Skellige Gwent set
At launch, the hardest quest of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was Collect ‘Em All. Despite the notorious difficulty of this series, no boss nor monster was anywhere near as impenetrable a barrier to that platinum trophy than an easily-missed card or a tough Gwent duel.
That has all changed now; CD Projekt RED has patched in a book to help you track down missing Gwent cards, and alternate routes to cards previously lost forever. As long as you know how to kick ass at Gwent, you’ll have no problems in Wild Hunt.
Blood and Wine, however, is a whole different story. Level 49 monsters got nothin’ on a random shopkeeper with a set of Shield Maiden cards.
Never Fear, Skellige’s Here
The second expansion to The Witcher 3 introduces a whole new deck – Skellige – and it may give pause even to hardened card sharps who laugh in the face of Nilfgaard’s Spies and the Monster deck’s Musters.
Combining the best aspects of multiple factions with all-new abilities, the Skellige deck has several notable features: