Nexomon + Nexomon: Extinction Complete Collection announced for PS4, Switch

    PQube and Vewo Interactive announced Nexomon + Nexomon: Extinction Complete Collection for PS4 and Switch! This collection of Nexomon games will be released physically and features new post-game content.

    Read up on more details and check out the announcement trailer below:

    PQube (London, UK) – May 19th, 2022 –  PQube and developers Vewo Interactive are excited to announce that Nexomon + Nexomon: Extinction: Complete Collection – two critically acclaimed monster-catching games – are being released as a bundle for the first time on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch later this year!

    • The best of both games: Experience both games together from the same launcher

    • Build your ultimate team! Catch, evolve and collect over 300 unique Nexomon in the base game, and 380 in Nexomon Extinction

    • Choose your starter Nexomon: 7 unique creatures to choose from in Nexomon and 9 in Nexomon: Extinction

    • Deep & engaging turn-based battle system

    • Embark on an epic journey and explore 10 vibrant regions in the NexoWorld


    From unknown sources, we have heard that there have been some new Nexomon spotted in the wild. Keep an eye out for these new, extremely rare Nexomon in Nexomon’s upcoming post game content – which will be included in ‘Nexomon Nexomon: Extinction: Complete Collection’!

    Prismazor is a wildly popular plant Nexomon in the Nexomon community and even won a popularity contest among tamers. It not only looks impressive but also battles with incredible skill. This Nexomon is an all-rounder, and it is proven to be the go-to Nexomon for most experienced tamers.

    Carnagrius – Carnagrius are not particularly fond of humans. A long time ago, humans destroyed their natural habitat making them very cautious of tamers. Although it is tough to earn a Carnagrius trust, once a tamer achieves this feat, they become inseparable.

    Jeeta – Jeeta is the fastest Nexomon to date. Not a single Nexomon comes even close to matching its full speed. Jeeta uses its electrified nervous system to jumpstart its muscles like no other Nexomon. You won’t even see it coming.

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    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected]

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