Nexomon: Extinction’s nine starter Nexomon revealed, monster catching title out summer

Monster catching games seem to be on the rise again with different groups looking to provide alternatives to Pokemon. One of those games in Nexomon: Extinction which is being developed by VEWO Interactive Inc and PQube. Today, the companies revealed the nine starter Nexomon players can choose from and they are a mix of different elemental types. The full list is after the trailer.

  • Noki – Water Type – An amphibious flying Nexomon with heroic spirit. Its main characteristic is self-confidence and loyalty.
  • Gekoko – Electric Type – A very curious Nexomon with the ability to walk on any surface with its sticky feet. They love to hide and stay hidden from others for long periods of time.
  • Behilda – Ghost Type – A ghost Nexomon that can be found in the darkness. They tend to detach their heads to scare their opponents.
  • Lume – Fire Type – Not for those who love to hug their Nexomon. Lume’s head, paws and tail are completely engulfed in flames.
  • Masquiti – Psychic Type – People often confuse them as a ghost type Nexomon. Truth said, they are psychic Nexomon and have a somewhat obscure sense of humor.
  • Mearn – Wind Type – Mearns are not as friendly as they look. They are actually wild Nexomon that inhabit the prairies and mountain skirts. Their entangled tails can use wind to their advantage while hunting.
  • Trebly – Mineral Type – They are always eager to prove the durability of their horns, they love to do headbutting competitions.
  • Mara – Plant Type – Maras are adorable and intelligent Nexomon who know how to use their charm in their favor during battles with tamers. Loves to be pet.
  • Dinja – Normal Type – Dinja features short legs, adorable big ears and a huge fluffy tail. Since they aren’t good runners, they prefer to move by hopping their way.

A gallery of all the creatures can be seen below.

Nexomon: Extinction will release this summer for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.

Source: Press Release

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