Temtem arrived on PS5 shortly after the console launched in late 2020, although unusually, the game wasn't finished. It's been in an early access phase for years, with developer Crema building out the Pokémon-like, monster-battling RPG based on player feedback. We played it when it first hit PS5 and came away reasonably impressed. However, publisher Humble Games has just announced the full, final version of Temtem is finally ready to roll.
As you can see with the above trailer, version 1.0 of the online multiplayer RPG is almost upon us, launching on 6th September 2022. If you happened to purchase the early access version, you'll be upgraded to the final game at no extra cost.
Crema has been steadily adding to Temtem over time, but with the full release, it's adding the final island to the game world, alongside the introduction of Seasons and new activities to discover. We've not played for a long time, so we're definitely interested to see how far the game has come.
Will you be jumping back into Temtem this September? Trade blows in the comments section below.
Battle pass though. I'd like to see more monster catching games pop up instead of just Pokemon being the main notable game in this genre, but that battle pass makes me very reluctant to try out Temtem.
@crimsontadpoles Its not quite like PM but SMT V and Monster Hunter Stories 2 on Switch are both great games focused on "catching" monsters and battling with them. The Nexomon games are also pretty solid as well.
Felt like this came out years ago. Problem with early access games. When they finally come out, I've moved on...DokeV sure does look amazing.
@crimsontadpoles I may have missed something, but where does it mention a battle pass?
@MickOnYourFace I must have saw the battle pass mentioned on Nintendo Life. The twitter link at the bottom of this article leads to a humble page with a bit more info if you're interested.
It's a pretty good game.
@crimsontadpoles Thank you Just read up on it. What a shame they're including battle passes!
Have heard this name mentioned for years, just how close to Pokemon is it? Same sort of deal?
I'll wait for the inevitable sales, now that it's finally leaving early access.
It will never be pokemon
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