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Digimon Survive for PS4 and Nintendo Switch Gets First 1080p Screenshots and Details

Bandai Namco released the first screenshots and details of the upcoming Digimon game Digimon Survive, which will come for PS4 and Switch.

July 21, 2018

Today Bandai Namco released the first screenshots of the recently-revealed Digimon game Digimon Survive.

The game will be released in Japan for PS4 and Nintendo Switch in 2019.

The game is a “survival simulation RPG” in which the player’s “selection” determines the evolution of the Digimon, introducing a concept that never appeared in Digimon games before. The story is a tale of survival about a boy and a girl surviving after finding themselves in a different world.

The character design is handled by Uichi Ukumo, while the music is composed by Tomoki Miyoshi (SoulCalibur V, I am Setsuna).

More information about the game will be delivered on July 29th during a livestreamed event from Odaiba, Tokyo. You can find the embed for that at the bottom of the post.

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You can check out the screenshots below.

One thing is for sure: this appears to be quite the departure from the latest Digimon game for consoles, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory.

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