Nexomon: Extinction (Switch): Software updates (latest: Ver. 1.0.6)

On this page, you will find all there is to know about the various Software updates for Nexomon: Extinction on Nintendo Switch (originally released on August 28th 2020 in Europe and North America)!

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Nexomon: Extinction – Ver. ???

  • Release date: TBA
  • Patch notes:
  • Added Japanese, Korean and Chinese Simplified languages.
  • The Legendaries are no longer cosmic-locked. If you have completed all post-game sidequests you can speak to Eliza and ask her to spawn them in the wild!
  • The Database now displays a small “swords” icon, which counts how many times you’ve defeated a monster. One of its purposes is to improve the cosmic chance for that particular Nexomon. One point per defeat, up to 607 meaning that the new best possible cosmic chance is 1 in 1000. Sadly this counter is not retroactive, your previous battles wouldn’t be factored in.
Custom Mode Settings
  • Copy a Nexomon Team from another Save File.
  • Copy a Nexomon Storage from another Save File.
  • Copy an Inventory and Wallet from another Save File. Some items won’t be copied (such as charms).
  • Randomize Starters:
    • Only unevolved Nexomon.
    • Include evolved Nexomon.
    • Include evolved Nexomon and legendaries.
  • Randomize Wild Encounters:
    • Scramble the official distribution (i.e. pools are moved around).
    • Completely random from the entire roster (no distribution at all).
  • Randomize Tamer Parties:
    • Keep the original evolution stage.
    • Use an equivalent or greater evolution stage.
    • Use any random evolution stage.
  • Mutate Tamer Parties:
    • Every time a tamer is defeated, their party is re-randomized so each encounter is different (“Randomize Tamer Parties” must be enabled).
  • Allow Story Boss Randomization:
    • Allow story-related enemies to be randomized when “Randomize Tamer Parties” is enabled.
  • Capture Restriction:
    • Only the very first Nexomon encountered in each map may be captured.
  • Randomize Overworld Items:
    • Randomize items found on the ground and in chests:
  • Randomize Ore Boulders:
    • Randomize items found in ore boulders
  • Max Level:
    • Disable level cap (actually it becomes 999).
  • Early Evolved Encounters:
    • Allow evolved stages to appear in the wild even early on.
  • Increased Difficulty:
    • Boost the overall level difficulty of all encounters, up to +90 extra levels.
  • Permanently Faint Nexomon:
    • Fainted Nexomon cannot be restored. Losing the game causes this setting to be disabled so it can be played normally.
    • Fainted Nexomon cannot be restored. Losing the game causes your save file to be permanently locked.
  • Limit Battle Items:
    • Set a limit from 0 to 5 items that may be used in a battle.
  • Disable Shopping:
    • You cannot buy or sell items.
  • Flee From Battles:
    • Disable the Flee command.
  • Boost Coins (wild and tamer encounters):
    • Up to 300%
  • Boost Experience:
    • Up to 500%
  • Starting Level:
    • Set the level of your starter. This also resets the level of any copied Nexomon from other save files. Up to lvl 90.
  • Recalculate Evolution Stages:
    • Recalculate the evolution stage of any copied Nexomon (so if you reset their levels to something low, they should be tier 1). This setting would also cause them to evolve if their new level happens to meet the threshold.
  • Randomize Skills:
    • Keep the original element.
    • Completely random.
  • Randomization Seed:
    • Affects random patterns. Changing this after the initial setup can cause duplicate skills to be learned.
  • Lock Settings:
    • Disallow the player from changing these settings after the initial setup.

Nexomon: Extinction – Ver. 1.0.6

  • Release date: September 26th 2020 (North America, Europe)
  • Patch notes:
  • Equipment system: certain items can now be enabled/disabled by pressing the Action button in the inventory.
  • Added “Repel Spray” item. Found in a chest west of the Laterian prison. Requires Water power. Equippable (unequipped by default).
  • Added “Challenge Badge” item. It reduces the time it takes to be rematched to 8-12 min from 15-20 min. Found in a chest in the Frozen guild outpost basement (needs Water power). Equippable (unequipped by default).
  • Healthy and Workout charmes are not equippable (equipped by default).
  • Safe-Load system resets all equippable items to their default setting.
  • Equippable items have been placed near the top of the inventory list.
  • Save slot capacity increased to 4 in anticipation of new game mode(s).
  • Fixed the dialogue for an NPC in Ignitia’s Mining Club which would show <blank> in some cases.
  • Fixed major memory leak that led to stange glitches and crashes.
  • Enlarged the save data slot since the 4th slot made them harder to read on a Nintendo Switch Lite.

Nexomon: Extinction – Ver. ???

  • Release date: September 16th 2020 (North America, Europe)
  • Patch notes:
  • Feature: You can now nickname a monster from the Team menu.
  • Feature: You can now reorder a Nexomon’s skills from the Team menu.
  • Feature: You can now sprint by holding the B button (Switch).
  • Feature: It is now possible to sort all Storage Groups at once.
  • Feature: You can now unequip all cores from the Team menu while a Nexomon is selected.
  • Feature: New Core, “Synergy Cores” will copy a % of the EXP received by the other team members without having to fight.
  • Feature: Added a “Skill Master” character at various locations. She will let you relearn any unlocked skills for a fixed coin fee.
  • Feature: Crystals have begun growing in some remote areas. Breaking them will restore your party.
  • Fixed a bug allowing the player to open the menu while moving, which could have unexpected effects like having it overlap a wild battle scene.
  • Fixed several dialogues that displayed “”.
  • Fixed a visual glitch with the playtime counter in the Profile menu which caused it to restart for every 24 hours. This was only visual and no playtime data should be lost.
  • Fixed the Database ordered-by-rarity view.
  • Fixed the Database ordered-by-name view.
  • Fixed an issue with Spanish LATAM during an endgame scene that could freeze the screen in Drake Isles.
  • Fixed the skill animation for “Soul Feeder”, which was causing enemies to appear either invisible or faded when swapped.
  • Fixed grasses by the desert ruins, which had no encounters.
  • Fixed various skills that were not working properly, such as Invincible, Renovate, Blue Mirror and Green Sphere.
  • Fixed various Cosmic models that were still using the regular textures, such as Reptomotor or Bomblasta.
  • Fixed an area in Haunted Woods that could not be accessed. It is now possible to explore using the Wind power.
  • Fixed a few monster description typos, such as Moonline’s and Starckal’s.
  • Increased chance of fleeing.
  • Status effects are now cleared when a Nexomon faints.
  • Added “Running Shoes” item. Having it in your inventory will guarantee fleeing from battles.
  • Added “Ultra Pickaxe” item, which can yield 1-3 shards.
  • Added “Mining Goggles” item, which lowers the shard respawn timer to 10-15 min .
  • Added “Healthy Charm” items. For each charm, the party is restored by +3% HP per battle won.
  • Added “Workout Charm” items. For each charm, the party is restored by +3% Stamina per battle won.
  • Added “Cosmic Charm” items. For each charm, the odds of finding a Cosmic Nexomon improve.
  • Adjusted apparition rates of lower level monsters.
  • Adjusted the points in the story when tier-2 and tier-3 monsters start appearing in the wild.
  • A few Synergy Cores have been added via chests early game to familiarise new players with this new item.
  • Significantly improved apparition rates of wild Tyrants, Extincts and Wardens.
  • Added 10 new avatars to pick from.
  • The rarity of a monster now appears during battle.
  • The evolution level now appears in the database info window.
  • It is now possible to cancel an evolution by pressing B and confirming.
  • The user can command a Nexomon to rest during battle with the Plus button. This restores stamina.
  • “Psy Field” skill fixed as it did not inflict Paralyze.
  • The starter can now be Cosmic.
  • Tamers that have been beaten once won’t trigger again on sight. Exception: bandits from the Frozen Tundra.
  • The southern Lateria prison guard will now face north as his line of sight seemed confusing.
  • Additional notes: none
  • Source: PQube

Nexomon: Extinction – Ver. ???

  • Release date: September 2nd 2020 (North America, Europe)
  • Patch notes:
  • Adjusts the Dynamic Difficulty
  • Introduces the Harmony Stat
  • Revamps the Skill Cycle
  • Tweaks the Cosmic Apparition Rates
  • If your Nexomon faints and you switch, the enemy will no longer get a “free attack”.
  • Fixed a bug that would freeze the game if you picked the same language that you already had setup (e.g English to English).
  • The quest “Tree of Gifts” was supposed to give you a Vault Key, but it didn’t in earlier versions. If you had already completed the quest, this version will automatically award you a Vault Key in your inventory.
  • The Dragon Whistles were having no effect on dragons.
  • Added basic footstep sounds.
  • Extra visual effects for caves.
  • Various sound effects added or improved.
  • Defeating a lower level Nexomon will now yield less EXP.
  • Fixed an issue where if a status effect like Burn faints a Nexomon, they might still attack you in the next turn.
  • Improved the skill selection of enemy bosses. Now it is less likely that they will use dumb skills against you, so be prepared!
  • Cosmic Nexomon now have a glowing status box during battles.
  • New players start off with 500 coins and a few potions and ethers to help kickstart their adventure.

How to download updates for Nexomon: Extinction for the Nintendo Switch?

To download the updates for Nexomon: Extinction, you have three options:

  • let the console do its thing if you have automatic downloads activated, and didn’t completely turn it off

If not…

  • try to launch the game from the Home Menu while being connected to the internet. You should get a prompt when doing so: simply follow the instructions on screen;

OR

  • select the game > press either + or – to go to the Options page > select Software update > select Via the Internet.

To check that you have the latest version installed, simply select the game on the Home Menu, and press – or + to go to the Options: the version number is displayed just below the game title.


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