The first part of the Temtem roadmap has been released and it reveals what we can expect for the future of this Pokemon-like MMO.
If you haven't yet played Temtem, you can think of it as a game that's very much like Pokemon in many respects with a few notable differences. One of the biggest and most notable changes is the fact that it's an MMORPG, so players will always have people to play with and against.
Now, the fine folks at Crema have announced the Temtem roadmap... and the future of the game is looking pretty good.
What's in the Temtem Roadmap?
Here's what we can expect to see from Temtem in the short term:
- Ranked Matchmaking V1
- Spectator Mode V1
- In-Game Chat
- Chat Bubbles
- Club Management
- New Island: Kisiwa
- ≈25 New Temtem
- Player Housing
- Climbing Gear
- Emotes V2
- New Island: Cipanku
- ≈25 New Temtem
- In-Game Tournaments
- Quest Diary
Details on some of these items were released. For example, the first version of matchmaking will include TMR, or "Tamer Matchmaking Rating", similar to ELO or MMR in other games. Players will do some placement matches and then be put into competitive games for realsies.
On top of that, Temtem will auto-scale so you don't have to grind to be able to do well in competitive play. This will essentially perfect your battle buddies, increasing their SVs to 50 and their level to the current cap of 48. (Players will still have to capture the teams, organize them, use fruits and/or training to set the TV spread, obtain gear, and get the right egg techniques.)
Player Housing is another exciting new addition detailed in the Temtem Roadmap. Everyone can get a house in Atoll Row, a location that will effectively be infinite in size. Players can decorate it with their own cosmetic furniture, and functional furniture may be coming soon as well.
You can find out more details about what's coming in the future in the Temtem Roadmap. If you don't yet already own the game, you can grab it on Steam or on the Humble Store for $34.99 or your regional equivalent.
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What do you think of the new features revealed in this roadmap? Is there anything missing that you feel the game really needs? Let us know in the comments below!