Digimon Survive international launch date confirmed for late July, quelling issues of a Western delay

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Digimon followers have been strung alongside for fairly a while ready for Survive. First it was delayed out of 2021, then it was lastly rated by the ESRB. A brand new trailer final month reminded us that sure, it’s a actual game, and now we lastly know when it’s popping out.

Digimon Survive’s Japanese launch date of July 28 was introduced by producer Kazumasa Habu in a video message on writer Bandai Namco’s Southeast Asian YouTube channel. At first, there was concern that the Japanese launch could be the one information, however luckily that’s not the case. Habu seem in a second, practically an identical video on Bandai Namco’s American channel to announce one other date: July 29. This appears to be the worldwide launch date, as listed on the game’s official web site. Digimon Survive will likely be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on that Friday. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S can even run it through backwards compatibility.

The game itself sports activities a mixture of hidden object, RPG, and visible novel gameplay. Digimon mascot Agumon leads the cast together with its human companion Takuma Momozuka. Based on the footage we’ve seen thus far, the game appears to take a melancholic tone. At least we solely have to attend a couple of extra months to expertise it ourselves.