Previously the developers from CDPR have announced the end of service for the console versions of Gwent so that the team could focus on the PC and mobile platforms.
GWENT is developed by CD Projekt Red and was originally released as a standalone game on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 back in 2018.
If you are interested in trying it out, you can download it via the Google Play Store for free.
Those who install and login to the game on the new Android version of the game will be able to claim an Ultimate Premium Keg, which will unlock a number of premium cards that can include cards from any set, including the base set and all expansions. If you're an iOS user who never got around to playing the game, but have been inspired by this article, it's available on the App Store here.
GWENT on Android is compatible with devices running Android version 7.0 or later, with at least 1.5 GB of RAM on board.
You can transfer your progress and purchases to the Android version through a GOG account associated with another version of the game. Whether a device meets the game's compatibility requirements can be checked by visiting GWENT's product page on Google Play. In addition, there will also be extra daily rewards available for all versions of GWENT throughout launch week.
Since being in Beta and being released as a standalone title, GWENT has seen many changes and an esports scene has also emerged.