CD Projekt plans to release Gwent, the card game that's a part of The Witcher 3, as a standalone game.

That's according to a report by NerdLeaks, which spotted a trademark filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office for Gwent The Witcher Card Game.

There's even a logo, below.

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News of Gwent going it alone doesn't come as much of a surprise. CD Projekt has said it would announce "a new type of video game format previously unexplored by the studio" at E3. Gwent standalone looks like a good fit.

What we don't know is which platforms Gwent is set for. PC seems a good shout. Console, too? E3 is just around the corner. Be sure to check out our E3 2016 schedule guide for more.

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