Freedom Games and TRAGsoft announced monster-taming RPG Coromon releases on July 21 for Switch.
Coromon supports cross-save features between PC and Switch. Additionally, the fan-favorite Pokémon rule set Nuzlocke is available in the game. Players may choose randomizer options during their playthrough as well.
Read up on the latest details below, via Freedom Games:
Plant an eager foot into the Velua region and encounter powerful creatures called Coromon. Assume the role of an apprentice Coromon researcher to study and catch these adorable, yet formidable animals as a member of the illustrious Lux Solis organization. Join the Titan Taskforce to foil an evil rival institution’s corrupt plans to harness the fabled Coromon Titans’ powers and rain chaos upon the world.
Explore six beautiful pixel-art biomes including icy terrains, marshy swamps, and dark dungeons, all containing their own distinct Coromon. Encounter more than 120 different species and bring together an A-team of ferocious fighters to battle enemies. Strategize for each encounter with the use of seven element types and custom stats distribution for each Coromon to develop a top-tier roster.
Cruise through the adventure with a variety of difficulty options ranging from a more casual gameplay experience or test the squad’s limits with the built-in fan-favorite “Nuzlocke” and randomizer options. Craft a personalized trainer and take the Lux Solis personality test to choose the best beginner battling buddy.
“Coromon is our love letter to a treasured game genre and we cherish this opportunity to finally bring it to Nintendo Switch,” said Jochem Pouwels, Founder, TRAGsoft. “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 comes to Nintendo Switch for $19.99 with English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese (Simplified) language support.
Lastly, check out the release date trailer below: