Digimon World: Next Order Launches onto PS4 in North America Today with New Trailer

on January 31, 2017 9:22 AM

Today, Bandai Namco’s Digimon World: Next Order launches in North America following its launch last Friday, in Europe. The game is also slated to launch in Japan on February 26th.

To celebrate its release, Bandai Namco has released a new launch trailer to provide a brief look at the game’s story. Never heard of Digimon World: Next Order? No problem — here’s an overview, courtesy of the game’s GameStop listing:

 The Digimon World series returns to the West with Digimon World: Next Order! An all-new adventure & story awaits!

The Digital World is in despair. Machinedramons are running rampant and causing utter chaos… the Digital World needs your help! Explore and traverse the Digital World to solve a digi-mystery. Recruit faithful Digimon companions and meet friends along the way to help you on this epic journey.

The Digital World is waiting for you…

Or are you waiting for the Digital World?

  • Over 200 Digimon from the animated series!

  • Choose between a male or female protagonist

  • For the first time ever in the series, explore the Digital World with not one, but TWO Digimon partners!

  • Your success in battles & the growth of your partners is totally dependent on you: Raise, train, feed, discipline, etc. in real-time to form strong bonds with your Digimon companions. Every interaction & activity matters!

  • Evolved AI Battle System: Strong bonds with your partners is key – train your Digimon to excel in AI battles on their own. Cooperation & synchronization between your partners and their feelings will increase your chances of winning. Shout commands and cheer them to victory!

  • Recruit and integrate new Digimon into the village to expand & evolve it.

Digimon World: Next Order costs $59.99 USD. Below, you can check out the new trailer:

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