The first part of the Temtem roadmap reveals plans through fall

The Temtem roadmap has arrived, and it has directions to tons of exciting features that the game could reach any time between now and fall. Roughly. Developer CremaGames rolled out the first part of the official Temtem roadmap on its official site, giving fans plenty to look forward to along with some frank expectation setting: “During the game’s development cycle, ideas change constantly and stuff we like today we might not like as much tomorrow. So take everything in here not as confirmed facts, but more like the stuff we would like to include in the game.”

Starting in Winter 2020, yet another island will arrive called Arbury. This island will bring 30 new Temtem along with the second-ever mythical Temtem. Along with the island will come Dojo Wars, where players will compete against each other to conquer any if the island’s Dojos. Once conquered, the victorious club gets to decorate the place to their liking and also gain unspecified rewards.

The most exciting bullet point, however, has to be the planned addition of around 50 new monsters, which will be doled out in the summer and fall of this year. As someone who grew tired of facing the same couple of creatures in any given area, the addition of more Temtem sounds like a godsend.Crema doesn’t list specific dates, just general timeframes, noting that some planned features may be delayed or tweaked along the course of development.

Crema says Trading Houses will initially enable players to post and receive offers and requests, and browse listings, without needing to directly interact with others. It’s also considering other additional systems, including random trades, plus timed and auctions, but these aren’t guaranteed for launch.

It’s worth noting that this is all subject to change, since the game is still in early access and new issues can pop up. Crema also said that it’ll be releasing what it’s calling a “mid-term” roadmap on Wednesday, which we’ll be sure to update you on. Temtem is still in early access, but has been a huge success so far, just surpassing 500,000 copies sold and sitting comfortably at the top of Steam’s best-seller list since release. It’s currently just on Steam right now, but it’s set to launch on Nintendo Switch at an unknown date. Stay tuned to and we will be the first one to inform you all the latest. Besides, our website also offer Cheap Temtem Pansun for players.

World of Tanks 1.7.1 Update Introducing Double-Barreled Tanks

Why put one main gun on your tank when you could have two? That’s obviously the thinking behind the new set of questionably realistic vehicles coming to World of Tanks in its first update of 2020, which will include three Soviet tanks sporting double-barrel action.

“No such project has ever been brought to life,” said Wargaming Publishing Director Max Chuvalov. That was due to both the complexity of their design and their high manufacturing cost, making it simpler and more cost effective to make “normal” single-gun tanks. The dev team is under no such constraints, adding double-gun Tier VIII, IX, and X behemoths to the game in the upcoming Update 1.7.1. Each can fire their guns consecutively or in a single salvo, which requires “some time to prepare.” If you are in lack of World of Tanks Gold, visit our site, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

World Of Tanks 1.7.1 brings three dual-barrel steel beasts into the battlefield, ready to lead your team to victory or disaster. The steel monsters start at tier VIII and you can research them by playing the tier VII KV-3, and this leads to the IS-2-II. Just imagining what kind of damage can a double-barreled tank do to its opponents is truly frightening.

Update 1.7.1 also adds the Demount Kit to the game, which lets players demount equipment without any gold cost, as well as new 3D art styles.

The good news doesn’t stop for the World Of Tanks fans: the new update also brings the Demount Kit, which allows the gamer to remove equipment without spending any of its gold. However, getting the Demount Kit isn’t easy: you can grab it only from the Reward for Merit, and not every edition of it brings along the new feature.

The Darkmoon Faire Has Arrived In World Of Warcraft Classic

The Darkmoon Faire is coming to World of Warcraft Classic for the first time ever. And, since this is WoW Classic we’re talking about, the event doesn’t get any more ermm… classic-er than this. Blizzard Entertainment will be rolling out a pre-Cataclysm version of Darkmoon Faire similar to the first version that came out in 2005. No Darkmoon Island, no daily quests, no mini-games, no profession quests, no teleporters, and no Arena.

Now that the Darkmoon Faire is here, completing quests rewards players with Darkmoon Prize Tickets. For those who don’t have the time for quests, tickets can be earned by offering trade goods to Chronos, Kerri Hicks, Rinling, or Yebb Neblegear. To redeem tickets for the different prizes, players need to speak to Gelvas Grimegate. Players can even trade Darkmoon Faire Prize Tickets toward reputation. By the way, you can buy cheap wow gold classic from, where you can enjoy a 3% discount by using the code “5MMO”.

The arrival of the Darkmoon Faire also means that Darkmoon Cards can now be collected across Azeroth. Players that complete a deck can go to Professor Thaddeus Paleo to exchange them for an epic-quality Trinket. These are the decks and the corresponding Trinket rewards:

Beasts Deck – Darkmoon Card
Trinket: Blue Dragon
Elementals Deck – Darkmoon Card
Trinket: Maelstrom
Portals Deck – Darkmoon Card
Trinket: Twisting Nether
Warlords Deck – Darkmoon Card
Trinket: Heroism

In Azeroth, life is sure to be full of wonder and mystery. In particular, no two stories are the same. Those who want to know more about their future need to visit Sayge, Azeroth’s well-known fortune teller. Players need to answer two qestions and get buffs based on their responses.

It won’t be an event without Fun Faire Activities. The first is The Humanoid Cannonball where the Blastenheimer 5000 Ultra Cannon launches Fairegoers through the air towards a target placed in the waters south of the fairground. Then there is the Tank Battle Simulator which tests the commander skills of players by using their Darkmoon Tonk to destroy Tonk Targets.