Developer Crema shared a few updates regarding their upcoming monster catching game Temtem.
In an update to their Kickstarter page, the development team revealed that Temtem will no longer be launching for PS4 and Xbox One, presumably because their next-generation successors are quickly approaching over the horizon and a release on those consoles will be more rewarding.
Still coming to Nintendo Switch
Although some might have wondered if this would affect the status of the Switch version, the team took to Twitter to confirm that its still on track for a 2021 release.
Furthermore, backers affected by the PS4 and Xbox One cancellation have the option to receive the Switch or PC versions as alternatives.
Any date confirmed yet for switch release?
— WolfOfTheGalaxy (@GalaxyWolffpix) August 7, 2020
And also new trailer for the game was shared in a recent Playstation State Of Play presentation, announcing that it will be heading for PS5 instead;
Temtem is a game created by Crema, a game development company hailing from Madrid, Spain. Temtem is a massively multiplayer creature-collection adventure. It was successfully funded in a Kickstarter campaign on June 3, 2018. The game is published by Humble.
Temtem is currently in development. It was released on Steam Early Access on January 21, 2020.