Developer VEWO Interactive is bringing Nexomon: Extinction to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam this summer. And they just revealed the newbies to the game, nine Nexomon for you to choose from.
That's two more than the original Nexomon - which was only Steam when it was ported from mobile a few years ago - leaves the choice up to you.
Here are all the Nexomon: Extinction starters and their types.
Noki – Water Nexomon
The first is Noki, the Water Nexomon. It is a waterfowl known for its loyalty and trust.
Gekoko – Electric Nexomon
Gekoko is an electric Nexomon, a curious creature who, although she wants to know more about the world around her, prefers to stay hidden most of the time.
Behilda – Ghost Nexomon
As the name suggests, Behilda the Ghost Nexomon likes to take the lead. These Nexomon however remain hidden in the dark most of the time.
Lume – Fire Nexomon
Lume may look absolutely adorable, but cuddle him at your own risk. This Fire Nexomon is completely covered in flames from paw to tail.
Masquiti – Psychic Nexomon
Apparently people see Masquiti and think it's a Ghost Nexomon. But it's not. He's a Psychic Nexic with a rather quirky sense of humor.
Mearn - Wind Nexomon
Mearn is deceptive in that he appears friendly, but is actually a devious Wild Hunter. This Wind Nexomon lives in grasslands and mountain foothills, using the wind to aid in its search for prey.
Trebly – Mineral Nexomon
Trebly the Mineral Nexomon likes to prove the strength of his horns by challenging other Treblys to head competitions.
Mara – Plant Nexomon
Mara, the Nexomon Plant, wants you to pet her. Many. This is easy to do thanks to his cute and charming character, two qualities he uses in battle to unsettle his opponents.
Earth - Nexomon normal
And finally Dinja, the Normal Nexomon. Its fluffy, stubby legs mean it gets around by jumping around.
If this is your first time hearing about it, the original Nexomon immerses you in a big world with hundreds of Nexomon to discover. Unlike another certain monster catcher we might name, Nexomon's villains are actually Nexomon themselves, savage, giant versions of the creatures bent on destroying the world.
Nexomon: Extinction is a sequel set in a new region, with over 300 Nexomon spanning 11 element types to tame as you try to stop the Tyrant Nexomon from wreaking havoc across the world. You can preview how it looks in the trailer at the top of this post.
Between Temtem earlier in the year, the Pokemon Sword and Shield expansion releasing on June 17, and now Nexomon: Extinction, it's safe to say that 2020 is the year of the Monster Hunters so far.
The original Nexomon starter announcement has ended on Gematsu. Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Nexomon: Extinction news as it develops.