We now know what to expect from monster battler Temtem for much of 2020.
Temtem developer Crema has released a roadmap (which can be seen here) letting players know what updates are coming to the game. The roadmap states what the developer is planning for this spring, summer, and fall. On of the biggest additions will be 50 new Temtem, with 25 being released in the summer, and 25 in the fall. The current version of the game is a little lacking in terms of Temtem to catch, so this will be a nice addition. This fall will also see the release of the first Mythical Temtem.
Other features that will be released in the coming months include Ranked Matchmaking, a Spectator Mode, player housing, and climbing gear. There will also be in-game tournaments, achievements, and a new Island for players to visit. No specific dates have been given, just time frames of when this content is planned to release. Crema also stated that they will soon be releasing a second part of the roadmap, This part of the roadmap will cover the Trading House, the Dojo Wars, details about the end-game island, after launch support, and more.
"During the game's development cycle, ideas change constantly and stuff we like today we might not like as much tomorrow," Crema posted. "So take everything here not as confirmed facts, but more like the stuff we would like to include in the game."
"The same thing happens with the planned dates. We're not really big fans of having public dates for everything, they add a lot of unnecessary pressure on the team and they make making changes and swapping features around a very difficult task. We know everyone else likes dates though, so we've decided to include open dates for each block of features. Take them with a grain of salt and expect delays and features moved around dates."
Temtem is available on Steam through Early Access at the moment. The game launched in January, topping the Steam charts. The game has sold over 500,000 copies so far. Crema has stated that they plan to bring the game to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch at a later date.