“Spring is the new summer,” Temtem declares, and who are we to argue? Heck, we don’t even know what day of the week it is right now. Flurbsday? That sounds right. Anyway, the Pokémon-inspired MMO Temtem is celebrating its second anniversary since starting a Kickstarter campaign that netted the project a half-million dollars in funding.
Developer Crema said that due to the global lockdown, it’s going to be delaying part of its spring update and roll in that content with the July Kisiwa patch. That summer update is going to include the first iteration of clubs, over 20 additional Tems to capture, rock climbing, final starter evolutions, and chat.
The studio said that it will use this time to make sure it gets the chat feature right: “The chat is one of the most important and requested features in Temtem, and we need to make sure it’s as polished as can be. We also need to work on powerful tools for our moderators to handle the chat reports and infractions, making sure everyone is able to fully enjoy the chat, and for that, we’ll require a bit of extra time.”