The Witcher: Monster Slayer, the free-to-play, location-based AR RPG, will release on both iOS and Android later this month.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer, developed and published by Spokko, is set before the story of The Witcher series of games.
The title takes place before the events of The Witcher series and features monsters “freely roaming the land in great numbers.”
In it you will kill monsters in order to become an elite monster hunter, using augmented reality features that transform the real world into the “dark fantasy realm of The Witcher.”
Basically, you will engage with location-based gameplay and augmented reality features to track down and hunt any monsters lurking nearby.
Out on July 21, if you are an Android user, you can now pre-register on Google Play in order to start your journey on the Path the moment the game launches.
By pre-registering, you will receive the Kaer Morhen Steel Sword which will be added to the inventory immediately. The weapon allows you to earn 10% more Experience Points in-game with every monster killed.
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