Despite the issues and controversies, everything that touches the CD project studio will turn to gold. The Witcher: Monster Slayer mobile game has surpassed one million downloads in a week since its launch.
The Witcher: Monster Slayer CD Project’s video game rides on Saga’s popularity (and the books on which they are based) by placing the player in the shoes of a monster fighter. This game is very close to all the topics that Pokemon Go and players need to go out of their homes.
New hit for The Witcher
Killing monsters out is really necessary: the creatures will then appear in increased reality. It is also possible to interact with merchants and other characters from the Witcher universe. The fame of the franchise is that the game surpassed one million downloads a week after it went live on July 21st.
According to Sensor Tower statistics, there are more downloads on Android than on iOS. Also keep in mind that one million downloads is not one million players: users can download the game without starting it or download it on multiple devices. After all, this is a significant number that confirms The Witcher’s popularity.
CD Project and developer Spoko Games also had some misfortunes: In the beginning, servers could not withstand loads and many players could not hunt monsters, which may have encouraged some to continue the adventure. Things seem to be coming to an end now.