Temtem took the world by storm late in January when the game launched into Early Access. Since then, the game has been played by many, and the team behind it has some exciting news to share. Temtem has officially sold over 500,000 copies since release! This is a huge milestone for a game like this, and we congratulate the teams at Humble Bundle and Crema for their achievement. To celebrate, the team has gathered some interesting stats about the game achieved so far. The stats are as follows:
-The Skunch temtem has caused 36,569 knockouts
-1,418,519 temtem have been born or bred by players
-Max has one-hit players 369,035 different times
-Sofia has knocked out players 233,155 times
-5.42% of players own the Luna Temtem (32,171 total Lunas)
-The most picked Temtem competitively is Kinu, while the most banned is Volarend
Overall some pretty interesting stats for players. This isn’t all that was revealed, though, as developer Crema plans to release a roadmap soon. This roadmap will detail all that’s planned for the Early Access phase leading up to the full release next year. We don’t know what will be included in the game’s full release, but we’ll update you once Crema reveals the full roadmap.
Haven’t heard about Temtem before? It’s a creature collecting MMORPG developed by Crema and published by Humble Bundle. In the game, you explore an expansive world, either solo or with your friends, and collect different temtem. With those temtem, you battle, trade, and collect all the temtems in a world that’s being constantly developed and expanded. The game is currently available on PC through Steam, but the game will release on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4 in the future. If the game intrigues you, you can also read our review of the game here.
Have you been playing Temtem now that it’s in Early Access? Were you part of any of those stats? Let us know, and stay tuned at The Nerd Stash for all your news, reviews, and more.
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