Temtem Still Releasing On Switch, “Preemptive Build” Sent To Nintendo For Certification


Remember temtem? It feels like we just talked about it, but in reality it’s actually been a few years since we got a proper update on the upcoming Switch version.

If you’ve been wondering what this Pokémon-inspired creature collection and fighting game is all about, Spanish developer Crema seems to have finally taken its first steps towards Switch release – by submitting the first, pre-emptive build for certification Nintendo sent:

“…Certification is a series of processes where the platform owner reviews our game and assesses its current status to see if it is suitable for release on that platform. This is just a first step in the process, the game for the platform, and we will need to undergo further certification in the future as the game gets closer to launch, but we’re trying to anticipate potential hiccups and prepare for them by starting early.”

Crema goes on to mention that the “biggest challenge” so far is how visually heavy Temtem is – noting how hard they’re working on optimization:

“While this Switch build we just sent out isn’t ready for you, our players, to enjoy, we hope to complete this certification step immediately so we can continue to focus on improving the game for the platform.” . Temtem, although some people won’t believe us, is visually heavy, and this presents the biggest challenge in our journey. We’re working hard on optimization to bring both visual excellence and good levels of performance to handheld, and once we do Having improved and perfected every sector of the game, we make sure to share a video so you can see for yourself.”

So, there you go – Temtem is nearing a Switch release. The developer also plans to keep fans updated by posting about future milestones.

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