Crema, the developer of Temtem, has published another update to the game’s roadmap that extends from spring 2020 to summer 2021.
The most immediate step will be next spring, which is expected to incorporate things like the first version of matchmaking by ranks, a spectator mode to watch the fighting, chat or club management. In summer a new island, Kisiwa, will arrive with 25 new creatures, customizable houses for players and climbing equipment. In autumn, Cipanku Island will arrive, with more Temtem, the appearance of the first mythical creature and achievements. By the end of 2020 a third island will arrive, Arbury, with more Temtem, the second mythical creature, auction house and improvements in spectator mode and fighting by rank. In addition, our site 5mmo.com has a large quantity of safe Temtem Pansun For Sale.
It will be in spring of 2021 when the game leaves Early Access and presents version 1.0, at which time it will also appear on consoles and the endgame will open, among other improvements that will complete the set. For the post-launch, in the summer of 2021, there are things like the implementation of a cosmetic Battle Pass or the incorporation of a “hardcore” mode in the style of “Nuzlocke”, the set of personal rules that Pokémon lovers devised so that The campaign was a challenge, which includes rules such as the fainting of a Pokémon implies his death and not being able to count on him in the game.
For those who aren’t familiar, nuzlocking is a custom Pokémon game mode created by fans that mostly uses the honesty system. There’s no formal mode for it in the games, but the rules require that if your Pokémon (or in this case, Temtem) faints in battle, you have to consider it “dead,” and you can’t use it anymore. You are also only typically allowed to catch the first monster you encounter on each route or area. There are also variations where you can’t use items, have to nickname your monster, or have to kill any Legendary monster you see.