Temtem 0.5.14 patch update fixes many bugs & Weekly Reset for FreeTem & Saipark (February 24 - March 1)
Temtem, a MMO game like Pokemon is currently making waves in the gaming market. The game has sold over 500k copies in just a matter of month. This information was revealed by Crema on Temtem official Twitter handle.
Temtem game was launched on January 21, 2020, and it has been developed by Crema. The game is currently only available on the PC platform. But developers have promised to release the game on other major platforms including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS4.
In the game, players are required to catch Temtem. Well, Temtem are a bit different than Pokemon as Temtem can only be caught by Temtem tamers. Also, instead of balls they are captured in cards. Players take the role of a rookie Temtem tamer, and commence their journey around the six floating islands of the Airbone Archipelago.
In the course of their journey, they encounter the threat of an evil organization called Clan Belsoto which plans to rule the island by their wicked plans. Cut to now, developers have released a new update for the game & the latest patch has brought enhancements to the game.
Temtem’s latest patch update has arrived with version number 0.5.14. The newest update has fixed the issue with players not encountering untamed Tems. This patch only contain fixes, it does not has any new feature or addition. You can check the complete patch notes down below.
Changed Loading screen compression to improve its quality.
- Fixed an invisible wall in Quetzal not allowing players to progress.
- Fixed players not being able to find any untamed encounters.
- Fixed Avenger trait not being triggered by the Sacrifice trait.
In addition to this, Temtem weekly reset has brought new configurations for FreeTem and Saipark! This configuration will last from Feb 24 until March 1, 2020. You can check the current configuration down below.
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