Temtem passes 500,000 copies sold, roadmap on the way

Temtem Battle
Temtem Battle (Image credit: Humble Bundle)

What you need to know

  • Temtem is a popular creature collection game on PC.
  • The game has crossed 500,000 copies sold since it January 2020 launch.
  • A roadmap of future content will be revealed soon.
  • You can purchase Temtem for $35 on Green Man Gaming (opens in new tab) for PC.

Temtem is a creature collection massively multiplayer online game (MMO) that was heavily inspired by Pokémon on PC. According to Windows Central's Rebecca Spear, you race around an archipelago collecting Temtem and defeating Dojo leaders to become the ultimate Temtem tamer. Sound familiar?

Well, it looks like the game has enjoyed a lot of success since it launched towards the end of January 2020. Today, we received a press release that said the game has sold 500,000 copies already. That's quite the achievement and is a testament to the addictive nature of the Pokémon-like genre. You can read a statement from the publisher and developer below.

Publisher Humble Bundle and developer Crema are happy to announce that Temtem has officially passed the 500,000 copies sold milestone! To celebrate, the team has created a few infographics to highlight some of their favorite community trends. Also, the... team will be soon announcing their content roadmap leading all the way up to 1.0 launch next year and beyond. Temtem is a creature-collecting MMO, inspired by Pokémon, that allows players to explore a world with their friends and make new ones along the way. Battle, trade, and collect Temtem together in an ever-growing persistent world.

Some of the interesting statistics include 1.4 million Temtem born and bred, Kinu is the most picked Temtem, and only around 5 percent of players own an elusive Luma Temtem consider that there are only around 30,000 out there.

Do you play Temtem? What do you think of the game? Let us know.

Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.

1 Comment
  • I hope a mobile version is on the roadmap. I'd like to play wherever I am and not be tied to my computer.