Digimon Survive Also Getting Xbox One and PC Ports According to Trailer for Asia

Digimon Survive's trailer for the Asian market reveals PC and Xbox One ports on top of the already announced PS4 and Switch versions.

on July 30, 2018 12:53 AM

While Digimon Survive has been announced for Japan only for PS4 and Switch, looks like Bandai Namco Entertainment isn’t limiting the game to those platforms.

Today they released the official Japanese trailer and another for the Asian market. That one, which you can enjoy below, includes an additional detail, which is ports for Xbox One and PC via Steam.

Normally, this coincides with a western localization announcement, but for the moment we didn’t get word from Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe and America. It’s possible that we will over the next few hours or days, even if this is just speculation for now.

The game is quite the departure from previous iterations, split between a Battle Part and a Drama Part that include respectively combat between monsters and story. We saw what they look like in the first gameplay showcased during a livestream yesterday.

Like the Japanese version, the Asian launch is also scheduled for 2019. We’ll keep you posted on whether we receive word about a western localization today.

 /  Executive News Editor
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