Nexomon came out in August, last year on PC and consoles, including the Nintendo Switch. Nexomon: Extinction is a follow-up to the original Nexomon, which many people like as a mobile-friendly alternative to older Pokemon games. Nexomon: Extinction (accessible on consoles and PC) will release on iOS and Android this month, while the original Nexomon (already available on mobile and PC) will release on consoles. If you haven’t yet played Nexomon: Extinction on consoles or PC, have a look at the trailer below:
Nexomon: Extinction Overview
Featuring in the game is beautifully illustrated and entertaining turn-based fights. The story takes place in a world on the verge of destruction due to an onslaught by the terrible tyrant Nexomon, who is attempting to establish rule over humans and monsters. To initiate a heroic struggle against the enemy, players must join the Tamer’s Guild. Before all hope is lost, they must restore the balance.
Gamers will be able to tell their own stories as well. The hero grew up in an orphanage and will leave to become a tamer in order to shift the battle’s tide.
- A full-fledged RPG with a brand-new epic plot, odd characters, and over 380 Nexomon to acquire and nurture.
- 380 Nexomon from nine elemental types to catch and tame, including tremendous evolutions and more!
- Players will have to explore a variety of environments, from parched deserts to cold tundra, in order to find secrets.
How to Pre-register for Nexomon: Extinction
Because the game will be released globally soon, people from all around the world will be able to pre-register. Pre-registration for the game is available for both Android and iOS users through their respective play/app stores.
On mobile, Nexomon: Extinction will be available for free with in-app purchases. Upgrades to storage, a skill master pass, multiple NexoBox options, and more are all available. Nexomon: Extinction will be available on iOS and Android on September 30th if you want to check it out. It’s currently available for pre-order on the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android. I haven’t played Nexomon: Extinction on console yet, but I’ll definitely give it a go for free to see how it looks and runs. It’ll be interesting to watch how Nexomon: Extinction performs on mobile at the end of the month, as well as how the original performs on console when it releases later this week.
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