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The Witcher: Monster Slayer confirms its release date on iOS and Android

The Witcher: Monster Slayer llegará next july 21 to iOS and Android devices. The title will take the saga to augmented reality in the style of Pokémon GO. As with the Niantic project, it will do so from the first day in a free to play format. In this way you can play completely free, but with optional integrated purchases.

Registration is currently available on the Google Play Store. In doing so you will get Kaer Morhen’s steel sword as a free reward. The weapon will allow you to gain an additional 10% experience points for each defeated monster. It will be added to inventory automatically upon entry. You will find your ticket in the store here.

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“The Witcher: Monster Slayer is an augmented reality exploration game that challenges you to become an elite monster hunter,” explain those responsible. Spokko, in the official description. “As you explore around the real world, each step will take you deeper into a dark fantasy adventure like no other.”

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The bestiary consists of 78 specimens divided into three different types: basic (37), rare (25) and legendary (16). Some will be drawn directly from the video game trilogy, while others will be unreleased for gamers. Although we do not know details about the progression in depth, the website indicates that we will participate in narrative missions “through the epic adventures inspired by the Witcher franchise.”

The combat is carried out from the perspective of the first person. Monsters appear on mobile to life size and you must chain the blows, movements and spells necessary to be able to hunt them. As in the CD Projekt RED trilogy, doing so will earn you his head as a trophy. The more you fight them, the more knowledge you will gain.

Fountain: The Witcher Monster Slayer en Twitter


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