Temtem is coming to Nintendo's hybrid console in September and Nintendo eShop pre-orders are now available which gives us some information about the game like its price and weight. What allow you to prepare to go on an adventure with your favorite creatures.
What is Temtem?
If you haven't heard of this game, you should know that it was released in early access more than two years ago and that it is about to be released in full version on September 6 on all platforms except mobile. In this title, you play as a young Temtem trainer who will travel the world to solve quests, but also follow a story to become the best trainer and thwart the plans of Clan Belsoto. You will also be able to share moments with your friends since it is an MMO and you will live your adventure at the same time as the other players.
During your crossing of the islands, you can, of course, capture Temtem to fight them in two-on-two battles. The fights happen in a classic way if you know Pokémon, you have a table of types and attacks that you can use with the only difference is that there is no PP in Temtem, but a gauge which empties by attacking a bit like a Nexomon.
Price and weight of the digital game on Nintendo Switch
If the game is released on a multitude of platforms, the Switch version may be an option and above all a good way to see if the game can coexist with the other licenses that are already present on the console. In any case, you should know that you can already pre-order it on the Nintendo eShop and that's what interests us here. The game will be available in two versions as you may have read in one of our previous articles.
- The first is the basic version which only contains the game and it is available for pre-order at the price of 44.99€.
The second is the deluxe version which contains bonus cosmetics and is available for pre-order at a price of €64.99.
And if you want to know if you have enough space, Temtem takes up around 4.42 GB on the Switch. Of course, updates can be added and, as a result, the game will take up more space.
Finally, let's not forget that the game is also available in physical version at the same price so if you prefer to save storage, this may be the choice to be preferred.
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