It's been a year since the early access monster-catching MMO Temtem released on Steam and the team behind the MMO has had an eventful one since the release. The team took to a blogpost late last week to detail some of what happened and the milestones they've hit since its initial early access release.
In an update to the community on Steam, Temtem developer Crema details their current development state, and lets the players know that while the Roadmap for Temtem is out of date, everything is still coming to the game - eventually.
December 8th is the day when Crema and Humber Games launches their creature-gathering multiplayer game Temtem on the Playstation 5. This hereby marks the games exclusive early access launch on consoles, though the game is currently available on PC and plans to come to the XBOX Series X and Nintendo Switch sometime next year.
The Early Access game Temtem has acknowledges that there have been some issues with global and trade chat, in a tweet on the official twitter account. The tweet also points to the possibility of fixing co-op problems in their patch that is set to release sometime this week.
Josh breaks down the current state of creature-catching MMOs, and how this competition from Temtem, as well as the looming DokeV from Korean publisher Pearl Abyss, could spur some innovation in Game Freak's Pokemon franchise.
Red Thomas tries to catch 'em all in Temtem. Interested in throwing things at random monsters in order to add them to your personal zoological collection or in pitting your own trained creatures against vicious beasts in the wild? Well, Temtem could be for you and Red gives his thoughts on his own experiences in the game to help you make your decision.
Fans of the creature collection MMO TemTem may be happy to know that Crema will release the Kisiwa Island update tomorrow, July 21st. To celebrate the release, the announcement is accompanied by an official release trailer that details a lot of what you can expect from the new island, including new Tems you may encounter!