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A New Digimon Story Game Is Currently In Development, Says Digimon Survive Producer

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In the most recent issue of Weekly Famitsu magazineDigimon Survive producer Katsuaki Tsuzuki and chief producer Kazumasa Habu revealed several new details about the game and reminded us that a new Digimon story title is currently in development. 


Check out more details below :

  • A new Digimon Story game is in development, but its development will still take some time. For that reason, we’re creating Digimon Survive to have some new content until the next Digimon Story title, and We would be happy if it can turn into the third series of Digimon games. (The other two series are Digimon World and Digimon Story.)

  • In Digimon Survive, characters could die depending on your choices. Story developments will occur that could not easily be done in the anime. depending on the choices you make, and things that we couldn’t really do in the anime will also occur.

  • While it doesn’t mean that the ending has that many branches, but the scenario does branch out based on the detailed choices the player makes.

  • Currently, it is mostly split up into three routes. I think it’d be nice if we could put together an extra route.

  • Battles, too, will have things such as enemy and ally statuses, and even victory conditions, change depending on the choices you make.

  • The Digimon evolutions will also change based on your scenario selections. There are a total of 100 Digimon, plus extras.. There’s less focus on the number of Digimon, but rather, Digimon that were chosen to fit the atmosphere of the world.

  • We’d like to keep expanding on the worlds of game original Digimon.

  • Development for Digimon Survive is at 30%.


Digimon Survive is set to release sometime next year, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe. But in Japan It will only launch on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

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