Developer Spocko stopped End of January 2023 with support for the augmented reality smartphone game The Witcher: Monster Slayer. Support for the game is being phased out and the game will no longer be playable from June 30, 2023.
Starting January 31, The Witcher: Monster Slayer will no longer be available to download via the Google Play Store and Apple App Store, it seems. from FAQ. From that moment on, in-game purchases will also no longer be possible and new content will no longer be added, including new monsters, quests, and events. The developer also confirms that as of the current month no “new functions and technical improvements” will be implemented.
After that, players still have a few months to use up their in-game currency, if any. Until June 30th, the game can be played basically as normal for anyone who installed the app before January 31st, with the exception of the ability to pay for in-game items and currency with real money. After that, the game servers are disconnected and the application cannot be used anymore.
The Witcher: The Killer Beast I moved out in July of 2021 In the end, he did not even live two years. In the same FAQ, the Polish company says that the game “couldn’t live up to business expectations.” This is why Spokko, already a subsidiary of CD Projekt Red, is listed by the Polish publisher as well. In the process, an unknown number of Spokko’s employees are laid off.
Augmented reality game The Witcher: Monster Slayer uses a similar format to Pokémon GO. Players control their Witcher by navigating the real world. Through augmented reality, monsters based on The Witcher books appear and the player must defeat them. there are several weapons, shield And the potions Available in the game. The game is free to play and includes in-game purchases. Especially after the latest update, the game has received a lot of criticism; There will be a lot of pay-to-win items in the smartphone game.
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