The Witcher: Monster Slayer AR Mobile Game Announced, Will Have Pokemon Go Like Gameplay
CD Projekt announced the augmented reality (AR) mobile game “The Witcher: Monster Slayer” via a YouTube trailer. Mobile games are developed by Spokko (the team responsible for mobile games) from CD Projekt. The Witcher: Monster Slayer will be available for free and will bring “Pokemon Go” as a game. Players will have to explore the real world, fight monsters and defeat them. The trailer shows how the game works and what it looks like.
The official trailer posted by the game’s YouTube channel shows that when exploring the forest, players will encounter the spirit of the forest known as the “god” in the magical universe. The mechanics of the game have yet to be announced, but it appears to be similar to “Pokemon Go”. You play the role of a magician, and the game uses real-world location tracking and AR technology to show players the location of monsters they can fight.
According to CD Projekt, the time of day and real-life weather conditions affect certain aspects of The Witcher: Monster Slayer. “To defeat more powerful enemies, preparation is the key, because players will need to brew powerful potions, grease, craft monster bombs and baits, and upgrade their character, then put these beasts into action and participate in AR battles first time. person. “The study explained.
Screenshots posted on the official website show first-person battles, loot from defeated monsters (like Geralt in the “Witcher” game series), local game maps, and characters that can act as players in the store. Buy potions and other items to help them complete their tasks.
The story of The Witcher: Monster Slayer is based on the main line of the “The Witcher” series, and is expected to be more legendary than “Pokemon Go”.
Given the current situation, the possibility of announcing an exploration outing seems a bit special. Perhaps CD Projekt will wait until the situation improves before launching the game. As of now, it has no release date and will be announced later this year.