The one-minute trailer from developer Spokko shows quick snippets of several parts of Monster Slayer: there is a lot of fighting against the Witcher series 'mark horrible monsters in a view of first-person augmented reality, but there's also world exploration, interaction with NPCs, and even gruesome investigation scenes.
The combat bits we see include swift sword swings punctuated by guards against powerful enemy attacks. It looks like throwing alchemical bombs can do extra damage and potentially stagger your career, while scribbling onscreen seals allows you to throw witcher signs like Igni to light them up with a burst of fire.
When you do notEdify the howling monstrosities, you will explore on a top-down map screen that converts your real surroundings into grassy fields, trails and cart trails. Traveling merchants will help you keep your monster hunting essentials, and you may also find travelers in distress who will likely give you quests to complete. summer. Witers don't work for free, so expect them to be a good source of rewards.
A few scenes suggest a survey system that will allow you to zoom in on points of interest, potentially to help you hunt down particularly valuable monster bounties. Sure, you've inspected severed horse heads before, but have you ever done it in augmented reality?
Spokko plans to bring The Witcher: Monster Slayer to iOS and Android devices, and you can expect announcements from there.a launch date is coming later this year.
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