The Witcher: Monster Slayer, a mobile, augmented reality adaptation of The Witcher’s RPG franchise akin to Pokémon GoCD Projekt announced Tuesday that the site, called, would be closing down in approximately six months. It will close on June 30, 2023.
Developers at Spokko, the CD Projekt studio making the game, thanked players for the time they spent in the free-to-play game, adding that the worldwide community “defeated over 100 million monsters.”
“We are proud that we were able to create a location-based AR experience that captured what it was like to be a witcher in real life,” the studio added.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer The game will remain available on the Google Play Store as well as the iOS App Store, until January 31. “From the 1st of February, the game will go through some major changes, leading up to the closing of the game,” Spokko’s team said.
An FAQ states that there won’t be any new content such as armor and monsters or quests. Players will also no longer have access to real money to purchase in-app goods. The game’s marketplace will remain active for players to spend any in-game currency they have by June 30.
Monster Slayer: The Witcher Launched for iOS and Android on July 21, 2021. Although a trailer was released in August 2020, the official announcement came two days after CD Projekt Red announced that support would be discontinued. This news is two days after CD Projekt Red declared that it would support the iPhone. Gwent: The Witcher Cards Game It would be repealed by 2023.
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