2-22-2022 is a peculiarly numbered day, but what’s even more peculiar is that it took Monster Crown until this very day to reach every console. Yup…Studio Aurum’s Pokemon-inspired monster collecting game was not playable on Playstation or XBox consoles until now. It feels like we’ve been talking about it for a long time, but it’s no longer a PC or Switch exclusive. Fear not: every update that has been added to the other versions is part of the PS4 and XBox launch editions.
Today’s the day! After over a year of slowly building up the beta version on Steam Early Access, Studio Aurum has at last finished Monster Crown, their Pokemon-inspired monster trading and battling game. But it’s not just on PC. You can now get the game on Switch for the first time, and it contains all the content that the PC version does.
Studio Aurum has been slowly building up a Pokemon-inspired monster trading and battling game called Monster Crown over the last year. The game’s been available in Early Access form on Steam for a while, and now after forty (count ’em) updates, it’s almost complete. That means an official, graduated launch, and not just on Steam. Monster Crown is coming to consoles too! There will even be physical versions. Mark your calendars for October 12.
Monster Crown, Studio Aurum’s Pokemon-inspired monster trading and battling game, is still in Early Access on Steam, but it creeps closer to completion every week. The latest update brings with it 15 new monsters, the ability to ride a monster, a map expansion and new storyline details.
Monster Crown isn’t finished yet, but it’s getting there. The Pokemon-inspired monster trading and battling game just received its first content update, one of several planned as the game moves toward completion and graduation from Steam Early Access.
SOEDESCO promised, and…it came out on time. Monster Crown, the mon-collecting and battling game from developer Studio Aurum, is now on Steam Early Access — and it’s already a success, despite not even being complete yet. SOEDESCO says the game wound up selling more copies in its first 72 hours than it did during its entire crowdfunding campaign.
Publisher SOEDESCO and developer Studio Aurum are about to release the beta version of their mon-collecting and battling game, Monster Crown. It takes place on Crown Island, a community with a dark past.