The Witcher: Monster Slayer: moderate success for CD Projekt Red‘s Pokémon GO-like game on iOS and Android.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer is on track to be another hit for CD Projekt. According to Sensor Tower, in a report picked up by Gamesindustry, the Polish development team’s action-role-playing spin-off has surpassed one million downloads in just one week, a high number that makes clear the franchise’s interest outside of PC and consoles, on iOS and Android.
According to the mobile market research firm, The Witcher: Monster Slayer has already generated half a million dollars in user spend, with the US being its most lucrative market. Not so in downloads, with Poland in first place.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer is presented as an augmented reality exploration game that portrays users to take on the role of a top monster hunter, having to traverse streets and locations around them while immersing themselves in a fantasy tale that promises to be dark and unparalleled.
If you want to know more, you can read in the pages of 3DJuegos the review of The Witcher: Monster Slayer where we highlight that it has good ideas yet to be polished.
At the moment Sensor Tower has not provided in its information a comparison with other similar video games, such as Pokémon GO, which achieved in its first week of life 10 million downloads, or Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, with 6.5 million downloads. If you like these proposals, we recommend this special with 6 great augmented reality games for mobile beyond Niantic‘s hits.