The end of July has suddenly gotten very busy for RPGamers. Bandai Namco revealed that tactical RPG Digimon Survive will be launching in that window.
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Bandai Namco followed up last month’s development update with a new teaser trailer for Digimon Survive. The two-minute video introduces the game’s main cast.
Bandai Namco held its online Digimon Con event this weekend. The event featured an update on Digimon Survive through a Q&A with producer Kazumasa Habu.
It’s been a while since the last Digimon Survive update. Unfortunately, the latest one is that of a further delay for the game.
It’s not a big surprise, but Digimon Survive has been officially pushed back. The game will now launch for PC and consoles sometime in 2021.
Bandai Namco provided another update on Digimon Survive, introducing some more characters from the game. The tactical RPG is set to launch later this year.
Digimon Survive gets a fresh face added to the gang. Saki Kimijima’s whole life turns upside down when she decides to follow Takuma and his friends and ends up wandering off into the land of Digital Monsters.
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Bandai Namco provides some more details on Digimon Survive. The details comes with some new screenshots for the game, which is set to launch on PC and consoles next year.
With Digimon Survive looking to tell a brand new tale next year, Bandai Namco shared its opening movie. Though lacking in actual digimon, the video introduces some of the major human characters in the game.
During this weekend’s Anime Expo, Bandai Namco announced that both Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth games are coming to PC and Switch. The two titles will be released as a Complete Edition bundle in October.
Dive deeper into the digital world with a look at the development behind Digimon Survive, featuring series producers Kazumasa Habu and Katsuaki Tsuzuki.
Bandai Namco has provided some new images for Digimon Survive. There isn’t too much new in this batch, which focuses on the previously detailed Aoi and Minoru, plus their partner Digimon.
Bandai Namco has a few more snippets regarding Digimon Survive ahead of its release next year. A few more details are available on the protagonist’s allies Aoi and Minoru, as well as how choice plays a big role in the game.
It didn’t take long for Digimon Survive to be announced for a western release. In addition, a Japanese livestream saw the debut of some gameplay footage.
A new take on the Digimon franchise requires selling the fans on the idea. A good way to start is to drop some more screenshots.
A new Digimon RPG is coming to Japan next year. Digimon Survive looks to combine strategic combat with survival and other elements.