The Witcher: Monster Slayer will be released on July 21st

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Mobile developer and publisher Spokko has announced that its Witcher mobile game, The Witcher: Monster Slayer, will be available on iOS and Android devices from July 21st worldwide. The Witcher: Monster Slayer is an ARPG in a similar vein to Pokémon Go and Wizards Unite, except with monsters from The Witcher series that players will be combating. The full description can be found after the release date trailer below.


The Witcher: Monster Slayer is an augmented-reality exploration game that challenges you to become an elite monster hunter. As you explore the real world around you, each step will take you deeper into a dark fantasy adventure unlike any other.

Track monsters, learn their habits, and prepare for battle. Select the best weapons and armor, and brew powerful witcher potions to gain the upper hand before you begin a battle. As you gain experience and take on more dangerous foes, you will need to improve your skills, your gear, and your tactics in order to become a monster slayer of true renown.

TRACK YOUR TARGETS — Use real-time weather conditions, time of day, and all your witcher senses to hunt monsters living around you.

EXPLORE ADVANCED AUGMENTED REALITY — Make the dark fantasy world of the Witcher your reality with AR features that change your perception of places you thought you knew.

EMBARK ON ADVENTURES — Experience quests that propel you through deep, story-driven adventures inspired by the Witcher series.

GATHER TROPHIES FROM FALLEN FOES — Defeat dozens of different beasts and grow a collection worthy of a true monster slayer.

Android owners who are interested in The Witcher: Monster Slayer can pre-register for the game now, so it downloads automatically when it is released.

The Witcher: Monster Slayer – Apps on Google Play

Those who pre-register will get the Kaer Morhen Steel Sword to their inventories, and that sword will grant 10% extra experience points for every monster killed.

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