You can get most of the gameplay details from the trailer above, but word also comes that it'll have ties to the browser-based version of the game, so you'll never have to be without your fix. It also looks like it'll be used as somewhat of a promo tool for the upcoming sequel -- the game will have unlockable concept artwork for The Witcher 2.
Unlike some other iPhone game tie-ins (I'm looking at you Mass Effect: Galaxy), The Witcher: Versus at least looks to be a full, standalone product. No release date yet, so we'll just have to wait to see if the promise of a rich portable Witcher experience pays off.
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