The Witcher: Monster Slayer also arises Android, although at the moment it is a soft release limited to New Zealand, as is often the case with the first mobile title launches and as it happened in recent months for the iOS version.
The game in question is a derivative of the famous RPG series by CD RED project, which takes advantage of technology in Augmented reality and geolocation to discover monsters around the (real) world and thus allow us to become high-level Witchers by hunting them through a combat system.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer is already being tested on iOS, also available here in soft launch starting in New Zealand last September and therefore now also on Android, with a progressive enlargement of the public in tests but with a program yet to be announced.
In addition, being a title focused on geolocation and the use of real maps, it is clearly impossible to use it outside the foreseen geographical areas, so for the moment we can only wait for CD Projekt RED to decide to extend the test on Android also in other countries to be able to test it.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer also belongs to that line of mobile games that follow the initial concept of Pokémon GO, characterizing it in different ways: also in this case it is about going around the world in search of monsters that appear in the game. Map, based on real geographic data, making them appear on the screen through augmented reality and fighting them with various objects and weapons. For more information, we refer you to our preview of The Witcher: Monster Slayer.
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