Witcher: Monster Slayer is open for registration on Android for early access

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Witcher: Monster Slayer Augmented Reality (AR) mobile game has opened the record for Android users. Developers Spoko Games, part of the CD project, said the game will hit Android devices with the soft release of early access later this year. CD Project announced in August 2020 that they were developing an Android and iOS version of their successful Witcher game. However, the smooth release for the game now only happens to the Android operating system. The Witcher: Monster Slayer will have games similar to Pokemon Go.

The Witcher: The Monster Slayer trailer doesn’t really say much about the game, but it does borrow a lot of elements from the named game series on which it is based. CD Project’s mobile development team Spokane has announced that the game will be free to play for all mobile users. There is no information on whether it will make in-app purchases or show advertising as a source of revenue for the game. Since the developers will only release the initial access version, one can expect the game to change slightly once the final version is released later. Also, there is no information on when the final version will be released.

To register yourself for The Witcher: Monster Slayer, go to the game’s official website. The official description of the game reads: “Wrong creatures roam the vast expanses of the continent – and they fall prey to so-called witches. Gerald of Rivia, The Witcher: Monster Slayer is a pre-set, advanced-truth exploration game that challenges you to become an elite monster hunter. Watch as the world around you transforms into The Witcher’s Dark Fantasy Zone, explore the once known places where you are plagued by dangerous beasts as you go on your journey as a professional monster killer. ”

In August 2020, Spoko released the trailer for the Witcher mobile game. In the trailer, a player is shown exploring a jungle, and a ghost called Leshen comes across in the Witcher Universe. Users play as a witch and use real life location tracking and AR technology to show the location of monsters that players can fight, just as users experienced while playing Pokemon Go. Users can interact with non-player characters (NPCs) to accept searches, investigate monster attacks for clues, and collect crafts.


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