A sorcerer in the real world. The Witcher: Monster Slayer is released on iOS
How to become a sorcerer of books by Andrzej Sapkowski in real life? Science still hasn't gone far enough to drink a mutating elixir that will turn you into one. So you have no choice but to accept at least the possibility of becoming a white-haired monster hunter, at least in virtual space. The best combination of virtual and real will be offered by the newly released The Witcher: Monster Slayer, which, following the example of the still extremely popular Pokémon Go, transports the world of sorcerers and Slavic legends to the real world using augmented reality technology. The game has been available in certain areas for a relatively long time. Developers from Spokko Games are now announcing that the news can finally be played by people from all over the world.
The demo of the game doesn't show much, but you can take the poison out of spending most of your time killing all sorts of monsters known from books and series, games and comics. Along with the worldwide release, the game also presents its first story season. You don't have to worry about Monster Slayer playing quickly. But if you're still looking for another dose of the Sorcerer's Universe, the game should lead you to the upcoming series of projects, led by the second series of the series on Netflix and a new animated film about the Sorcerer Vesemir. If you want to experience for yourself what it's like to be a monster hunter, The Witcher: Monster Slayer is available for free on the App Store.