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Farewell to The Witcher Monster Slayer: Hunt for Monsters has scheduled a server shutdown

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The Witcher: The Killer Beastthe video game for mobile phones augmented reality Based on the famous franchise the magicianHe will say “goodbye” in 2023, confirming the following Server shutdown ultimate. This has been shared by those responsible for Spockoensuring that by the middle of 2023, the monster hunting game will no longer be playable on iOS and Android devices, specifically, from June 30, 2023.

Farewell to urban monster hunting

So, after him release final in summer 2021, The Witcher: The Killer Beast It will have completed its nearly two-year cycle in which the game has received several content updates, though it never quite took off like other titles similar in concept, despite its initial good reception with more than million downloads in a few days. All this forced the officials to put an end to their urban adventure Monster hunt in AR format.

So much so that next January 31, 2023 It will be removed from the iOS and Android digital stores, ie app store s google apps, Straight. Until then we can continue to download the game, to continue enjoying it until its deadline in the summer of next year. From this moment on, you will not be able to continue playing The Witcher: Monster Slayer; As usual after withdrawing from both digital stores the game You will stop receiving news and supportIn addition to closing its internal storage.

Along with Spokko’s statement, it was confirmed that part of the development team will become part of the CD Projekt RED development team, thus providing a new opportunity for its workers. Unfortunately, not all of them will have a place, so they will have to continue their careers at other studios that can hire their services.

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Source | Spocko

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