Pokémon Competitor Nexomon: Extinction Coming to Nintendo Switch
Vewo Interactive has confirmed that Nexomon: Extinction will be releasing on the Nintendo Switch, with other platforms getting the Pokémon competitor in the future. The monster collecting game will release on PC, mobile and Switch sometime this year. Although the title has been in Steam early access, being met with a positive response from the community, the official launch has apparently been delayed to refine the Nintendo Switch version. Considering other platforms were teased in the statement from Vewo Interactive, it will likely come to PS4, Xbox One and maybe even Stadia in time.
“We were unable to post any information until we had an official confirmation so please forgive the lack of updates over the past weeks,” said Vewo Interactive via the official Twitter account for Nexomon. “Our goal is to bring Nexomon to as many people as possible and this is a huge step forward in the right direction. In order to deliver the best game possible to you and meet all technical, legal and quality requirements for the Switch we will need more time.”
The official statement continued, “we know many of you are eager to play now, but as a result of this, you will end up with a much better game which is ultimately our goal. Thank you for your patience and support!” With the recent early access release of Tem Tem on Steam, it’s nice to see another Pokémon clone getting an official launch on PC as well. It’ll be interesting to see how many Pokémon Sword and Shield fans end up picking up Nexomon: Extinction and how big the Switch community for the game ends up being.
Are you going to check out Nexomon: Extinction or will you still to Tem Tem or Pokémon? Could another monster collector game take the spotlight from Pokémon one day? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: Comic Book Gaming