The Witcher: The killer beastOr, as some prefer to call it, The Witcher de “Pokémon GO” Arrived Wednesday (21) on Google Play and the App Store. The game is free to download and play, but it has built-in purchases and requires an internet connection.
Monster Slayer was announced in August of last year and has been compared to Pokémon GO for its use of similar gameplay elements and Augmented Reality, one of Pocket Monsters’ strengths.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer, developed by Spokko (a subsidiary of CD Projekt Red) is a free-to-play game with RPG elements where we interact with NPCs, fermented potions, craft items and face the dark creatures from the Witcher franchise. Take a look at a short trailer on how to play:
Its main function, Augmented Reality, allows players to face monsters in the real world, through its camera feature. As in Pokémon GO, The Witcher: Monster Slayer uses GPS and the location system to move around the map, simultaneously with real life, in search of these monsters that can vary according to weather and time.
The game provides avatar customization, missions, trophy collection system, and other features.
Players are still well received as of this writing with an average Play Store rating of 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. The game is still in maintenance mode today due to communication problems and malfunctions, however, according to the developer, everything returned to normal after a few hours.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer is available on PT-BR, with in-app purchases ranging from R$ 4.90 to R$ 549.90.
Depending on the store requirements, players will need a device with Android 7.0 or above and iPhone with IOS 12.0 or above However, until this requirement is met, there is no guarantee that the game will run on your device. The size of the app can vary on Android devices, while the game on IOS comes with a capacity of 1.9GB.
Developed by: Spokko
Advertising: Yes | online game
Contains built-in purchases: Yes
Requires Android 7.0 / iOS 12.0
Language: Portuguese | Size: 2 GB
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