Temtem will be getting a nuzlocke game mode where monsters will be released from the player’s team once they faint in battle. The game, which is set to be updated throughout 2020 and beyond, will also get player-controlled dojos and new Temtem, according to a roadmap posted by developer Crema.
In addition to the short-term roadmap released in late February, Crema has now also shown off the company’s long-term plans for the monster-collecting MMO. Before you dive into the upcoming announcements, keep in mind that Crema does say this is subject to change, and dates and content may not stay 100 percent accurate.
Firstly that release period – Spring 2021. While that’s still a while away it’s not too far off given the scale of the game being made by the small team here. Accompanying 1.0 release is console ports, cross-play and cross-saves. While those last two features sound amazing the developer does stress that they may run into problems with the console manufacturers when it comes time to implement this. And if you want to Buy Temtem Pansun, visit 5mmo.com, a professional online in-game currency store.
In the short term, the game is getting ranked matchmaking, spectator mode, in-game chat, clubs, houses, and achievements. These are scheduled to roll out between spring 2020 and fall 2020, and will be accompanied by another 50 new Temtem and two new islands in the Archipelago. Looking into the future, Crema would like to add and adjust the massively multiplayer monster hunting game with even more features. But, it did state that these are not set in stone. “During the game’s development cycle, ideas change constantly and stuff we like today we might not like as much tomorrow. So take everything in here not as confirmed facts, but more like the stuff we would like to include in the game,” said Crema.
Finally, let’s talk about Nuzlocke. This method of playing a game was developed by the Pokémon community and is a set of self-imposed rules to make playing Game Freak’s titles more challenging. The core of a Nuzlocke challenge is that when a creature is defeated it is not knocked out but is instead “dead” and can never be used again. There are also other rules about how and where new creatures can be captured.
World of Tanks remains one of the world’s biggest games, and streamers of the game on Twitch are a big deal. Therefore those streamers would need a pretty decent reason to abandon their shows while playing the game live – such as what happened to World of Tanks streamer QuickyBaby, and other players at Tankfest 2019 today.
Word is reaching us – mostly thanks to QuickyBaby himself and the viewers who caught his stream – of a “fire or explosion” at the Tankfest event at the Tank Museum in Dorset, UK. According to World of Tanks player Eekeeboo on Discord, who was there, “there was a real explosion and a fire. We don’t know more details but we were evacuated for safety. As far as I know no one was hurt, but there was a large explosion and they’re getting it under control now.”
Despite there being reports of an explosion, it’s not entirely clear what caused the fire. If we were to speculate, it might have had something to do with the fact that the festival was built around tanks, which are prone to, as you might be aware, cause a lot of destruction and start fires. Or maybe someone left a sandwich press plugged in for too long or dried their clothes without cleaning out the lint trap, who can say. In addition, Cheap World of Tanks Gold is on hot sale at our website z2u.com.
At the moment there has been no official explanation given for the evacuation or the cause of the fire at Tankfest – although as Frampton was quickly back in the room playing and streaming World of Tanks again shortly afterwards, it would seem that it was contained fairly quickly. The most important part, of course, is that no one was hurt and everyone was evacuated safely – despite Frampton’s attempts to kill more tanks while in the middle of that evacuation.
If you’re not aware, Tankfest isn’t specifically about World of Tanks – although it is sponsored by the developers. It’s a yearly event held at the Tank Museum in Bovington in Dorset in the UK, and it’s described as “the world’s biggest display of historic moving armour” – or ‘tanks’ as they’re more commonly known.
It’s been a big few days for World of Warcraft: Classic! Blizzard has been adding in new content at a breakneck pace. Blackwing Lair opened up a few days ago, and the Valentine’s Day event, Love is in the Air, kicked off on the eleventh. Now Blizzard is bringing in a fan favorite that’s still active on the modern Battle for Azeroth servers, the Darkmoon Faire!
The Darkmoon Faire is a faction-neutral camp of carnies that set up shop in a starting zone for each faction, hanging out in Mulgore for Horde players and Elwynn Forest for Alliance players. Of course, given that the Faire is neutral, any player can visit the Faire regardless of which zone it’s currently located in. The Faire also rotates once a month – currently, it’s set up in Mulgore, but next month it’ll be set up in Elwynn. In addition, our site 5mmo.com has a large quantity of safe WOW Vanilla Gold For Sale.
Every month, the Darkmoon Faire alternates between its sites in Mulgore and Elywnn Forest. When the faire is located in enemy territory, it is in fact possible to take part in the festivities, provided that you are able to steer clear of the enemy guards that can surround the encampment.
When the Faire moves to Mulgore, Kubran Darkblade, the Barker, will announce its change of location in Orgrimmar, while his contemporary, Melnan Darkstone, will do the same in Ironforge once the Faire moves to its Elywnn Forest home.
Both Barkers offer the same quest: The Darkmoon Faire which rewards players with 5 Darkmoon Faire Prize Tickets and 50 reputation if they simply talk to Gevlas Grimegate, who can be found in the fairegrounds.