TemTem Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC Full 1.0 Release Date Set

Temtem Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC 1.0 Release Date Set

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We now know when Temtem will come to the Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X. Crema and Humble revealed it will leave early access later this year. The Temtem 1.0 release date is now September 6, 2022. Digital and physical copies will be available. So will standard and digital deluxe editions. There will also be a collector’s edition bundle with merchandise.

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The price of Temtem ahead of the 1.0 release date varies based on the platform. On the PlayStation Store and Steam, it is $41.99 for the basic version. The deluxe edition with camo bandana, fatigue, and rucksack cosmetics is $61.99. On the Xbox Series X it is $44.99 for the standard edition and $64.99 for the deluxe one. (Switch pre-orders aren’t open yet.)

As for the collector’s edition bundle, it only includes Temtem merchandise. For $99.99, you get a six inch tall figure of the starters Crystle, Houchic, and Smazee. There are TemCard Replicas with Gharunder, Kinu, and Shuine on them. (These are how you catch and summon Temtem.) You also get Crystle, Houchic, and Smazee soft enamel pins and Fomu, Oree, and Saipat iron-on patches.
Temtem collector's edition bundle

Finally, here’s the Temtem 1.0 release date trailer. It shows off the collector’s edition again at the end.

Temtem is available in early access on the PlayStation 5 and PC now. The Temtem 1.0 release date is September 6, 2022 and will mark the debut of the Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X versions.

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