Creature Keeper Set to Tame Consoles and PC Next Year

Fervir Games and Graffiti Games have announced that they will be working together to launch Creature Keeper, the upcoming monster-taming RPG. The announcement was made at the MIX showcase today as part of GDC.

Creature Keeper has players tame and fight alongside monsters in real-time. You can create parties of creatures and power them up in various ways, such as by cooking for them, crafting trinkets for them, and more.

As the titular Creature Keeper, players must uncover the mysteries behind a mysterious illness affecting all sorts of creatures in order to restore the world’s delicate balance. There are all sorts of different monsters to befriend and enhance, from giant frogs to menacing plants.

Originally, Creature Keeper was funded through Kickstarter, where it managed to reach its goal. Exactly which consoles Creature Keeper will be coming to has yet to be announced, but a PC release has been confirmed. A specific release date has also not been announced, but the Steam page currently says that Creature Keeper is set for a 2023 release.

You can try the Creature Keeper demo or wishlist the game now on Creature Keeper‘s official Steam page. For more information, check out the newly released trailer above.

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Spencer Legacy

Based in the arctic tundra known as Toronto, Spencer is a rotten weeb who likes RPGs, fighting games, and Jump manga.