The Witcher: Monster Slayer release date is July 21 for Android and iPhone (iOS). In the game, players battle the series’ iconic monsters within real-world environments via augmented reality camera effects. With the new Witcher mobile app’s launch fast approaching, the developers are providing the means to pre-register on Android. At the moment, however, the same can’t be said for The Witcher: Monster Slayer iOS pre-registration.
How to pre-register The Witcher: Monster Slayer on iPhone (iOS) and Android
The Witcher: Monster Slayer iOS pre-registration is currently available in New Zealand. CD Projekt’s new Witcher iPhone game isn’t available to pre-resister in other regions yet.
Android users around the world can pre-register The Witcher: Monster Slayer via the Google Play Store right now. There’s been no comment on the disparity between versions, or whether global iOS pre-registering will arrive later.
Pre-registering a mobile application doesn’t provide any kind of early access, but rather serves as a convenient reminder as and when the game becomes available. Although it isn’t as elegant, iOS users can mark the Wednesday, July 21 The Witcher: Monster Slayer iPhone release date on their calendars. When launch day rolls around, iPhone owners will simply need to search the Apple App Store and download the all-new AR Witcher title.
TW: Monster Slayer is a free-to-play mobile game that utilizes AR and location-based technology to immerse players in its familiar RPG mechanics. The developer is Spokko Games, a mobile specialist studio that falls under the CD Projekt umbrella. It should prove quite familiar to any Pokemon Go and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite fans, though, as players might expect, the app will carry a slightly more adult presentation.
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