Whilst playing a match of Gwent, it can always be useful to know which cards have been played. If you miss an opponents move for example. Luckily, there’s an easy way to keep track. Follow this neat guide and we’ll show you how.
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Gwent has a built-in mechanic to help you see what cards have been played. However, it’s quite well hidden. It’s represented by a symbol of two overlapping boxes. You can find it on the left-hand side of the screen, and you’ll have to click on it to activate it.
Once the tracking screen is up, you can scroll through the previous cards that have been played. You can also keep an eye on the effects that have resolved and the cards that they targeted.
Unfortunately, the screen covers the leader ability and a good part of the board. Therefore you may have to close the tracking screen to use certain features. Luckily, you can bring up the tracker again at any point, so closing the screen isn’t a problem.