Video: Pokémon-Style Monster-Battler Coromon Showcases “Nuzlocke” Mode, Out On Switch March 31st

The upcoming monster-catching and battle game Coromon arrives on the Nintendo Switch at the end of the month, and in the lead up trainers are learning more and more.

The latest video showcases the five different difficulties and customisation options – including the built-in Nuzlocke mode. There’s also mention of how the Switch version will have cross-save functionality with the Steam version of the game. Below is the full video explanation:

And here’s the PR and release date trailer:

Choose what type of creature-catching adventure you’d like to embark on with four preset difficulty modes: Easy, Regular, Hard, and Insane, the latter of which being the aforementioned “Nuzlocke” mode.

“Nuzlocke” runs in the monster-taming RPG genre gives trainers a strict ruleset to follow throughout their journey. Only one Coromon per area is catchable, no running from battles, no teleporting items, and once a Coromon faints in battle… it doesn’t wake back up.

Additionally, a fifth difficulty option features an extensive number of challenge accessibility options for a customized experience, including, item prices and availability tweaks, Coromon capture limits per area, healing limitations, and many more. With all of these options available, anyone can trek across the beautiful Velua region at their own pace.

Put faith in the hands of the Coromon Titan gods and unlock a built-in randomizer. Every wild Coromon, enemy trainer’s team, Coromon skill and evolution paths, collectible items, and so many other aspects can be completely rearranged for an endlessly replayable odyssey.

Take finely tuned skills honed across these difficulty options to the next level in online multiplayer matches against other trainers. Prove yourself as the ultimate Coromon trainer, showcasing a mastery at tracking down rare Perfect Coromon forms and optimizing their stat pools. After claiming your right to fame among the community, ensure you can access your team anywhere, anytime with cross-save functionality between Nintendo Switch and Steam versions.

Will you be checking out Coromon later this month? Tell us below.

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