Pokémon-Inspired Coromon Locks In July Release Date

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Freedom Games and TRAGsoft have confirmed a release date for their modern monster-taming RPG Coromon on Nintendo Switch.

Promising a “refreshing take on the monster-taming genre set in a charming pixel-art world,” in Coromon you play as an aspiring researcher who joins a technologically advanced organisation called Lux Solis.

Assigned to a specialised team known as the Titan Taskforce, you are challenged to investigate the six Titans in the region of Velua. However, you soon discover that extraterrestrial forces are attempting to bring a mysterious elemental-type to your planet which causes the fundament of the world to slowly collapse.

You will receive assistance from Lux Solis, who will prove you with useful gadgets. But, it is up to you to gather the Titan Essences and undo the damage that has been dealt to the Earth’s core.

With more than 120 Coromon to catch – which each has its own individual animations and iconic designs – the gameplay experience has looked to blend elements from the JRPG genre with the monster-taming formula. That will encompass a “lengthy and compelling” story, the need to face off against powerful bosses and to overcome puzzles in challenging dungeons.

“Coromon is our love letter to a treasured game genre and we cherish this opportunity to finally bring it to Nintendo Switch,” explains TRAGsoft founder Jochem Pouwels. “After the overwhelmingly positive response to Coromon’s PC launch, and with how patient everyone has been, we want to thank our community for being so supportive and encouraging. We expect everyone’s creature-catching journeys on the go will meet all expectations they have had for us!”

Coromon will release digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide on 21st July 2022.

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