nexomon extinction battle

While we already knew the monster catching exploits of Nexomon: Extinction were coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC, there’s now a concrete release date to take in alongside a trio of new gameplay clips to watch.

PQube and VEWO Interactive have decided upon a 28th August release for Nexomon: Extinction, which is when it hopes to return the art of catching monsters back to its roots. In a bid to inform potential players about the sprawling world of Nexomon and some game mechanics ahead of its launch,

With a minigame, various types of food, traps and more, there are many ways to improve your chances of capturing a monster in Nexomon: Extinction – as shown in the first of three fresh gameplay clips. Study which treats the Nexomon you are hunting likes to eat, which trap is most effective against their elemental type and practice the minigame to become a master tamer.

How to Catch a Nexomon: 

In Nexomon: Extinction, you’ll become a member of Tamer’s Guild and join the fight against the mighty Tyrant Nexomon who are devastating the world. But the world of Nexomon is also home to plenty of funny, mysterious and thrilling side-quests, gathering opportunities, stories to tell and much more. As such, we’re getting a glimpse of what it’s like to explore during this epic adventure.

A Brand New RPG Adventure:

And finally, it’s worth remembering that Nexomon: Extinction is a game that doesn’t take itself too seriously very often. This means you’ll undoubtedly encounter some genuinely hilarious situations and experience a refreshingly honest sense of humour throughout your journey. If you enjoy sarcasm and characters breaking the fourth wall, this is probably the ideal monster catching game for you. Just have a gander at the types of folks you can expect to meet throughout the adventure.

A Cast of Eccentric Characters:

Nexomon: Extinction will launch on 28th August for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Let us know your thoughts on the new clips!

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