The Witcher: Monster Slayer is open for recording on Android


The Witcher: Monster Slayer augmented reality (AR) mobile game has opened registration for Android users. Developers Spokko Games, which is part of CD Projekt, said the game will arrive on Android devices with a phased early access launch later this year. CD Projekt announced in August 2020 that they were developing an Android and iOS version of their hit game Witcher. However, the game’s gradual launch is only happening for the Android platform at this time. The Witcher: Monster Slayer will have gameplay similar to Pokemon Go.

The trailer for The Witcher: Monster Slayer doesn’t say much about the gameplay but it borrows a lot from the eponymous game series it is based on. CD Projekt’s mobile development team, Spokko, has announced that the game will be free for all mobile users. There has been no information on whether there will be any in-app purchases or whether it will feature advertising as a source of revenue for the game. Since the developers are only releasing an access version Anticipated, we can expect the game to change a bit once the final version is released later. In addition, there is no information on the release date of the final version.

To register for The Witcher: Monster Slayer, go to the official game site. The official description of the game reads: “Big creatures roam the vast lands of the Continent – and it is to those that the wizards are called to hunt them down. Set long before the days of Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher: Monster Slayer is an augmented reality exploration game that challenges you to become an elite monster hunter. See the world around you transformed into the dark, fantasy realm of The Witcher, and explore once-familiar locations now infested with dangerous beasts as you begin on the path as a professional monster slayer.

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Spokko had released the trailer for the Witcher mobile game in August 2020. In the trailer, a player is shown exploring a forest and stumbles upon a spirit known as Leshen in the Witcher universe. Users play as Witcher and the game uses real location tracking and AR technology to show players the location of monsters they can fight, like what users experienced while playing Pokemon Go. can interact with non-player characters (NPCs) to accept quests, investigate monster attacks for clues, gather materials for crafting, among other things.

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