Digimon World: Next Order Is Coming To North America, Europe In Early 2017

First Posted: Sep 17, 2016 05:10 AM EDT

Bandai's Digimon World: Next Order is soon to be released in North America and Europe on the PlayStation 4 as early as 2017. Digimon fans in the west would definitely enjoy this cool and adventurous game.

According to Gamerant, the Digimon World: Next Order is gaining popularity in Japan. It received a 33/40 score from a gaming magazine Famitsu in Japan. It is also achieving high sales figures.

Digimon World: Next Order is similar to Digimon World, Re: Digitize and Decode. On the other hand, there is an addition of a Digimon partner. The game involves the player to explore the world while raising two Digimon at once. There are also battles wherein Digimon fights automatically while the player issues strategic commands to them. This takes place utilizing the Al battle system. There are also two potential characters in the game namely the Japanese third-year high school students Shiki and Takuto.

Recently, Digimon's fans are delighted with the coming of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, which was on PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4. On the other hand, the upcoming Digimon World: Next Order will only be getting a PS4 release. This irate some of the Digimon fans, in which they expressed their sentiments on the YouTube announcement trailer, according to Gematsu.

Meanwhile, the Bandai Namco Entertainment America, Inc. issued a statement on a press release confirming and correcting information about the platform availability and distribution methods for Digimon World: Next Order. They said that the game will be released to players in the Americas as early as 2017 exclusively for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system in both digital and boxed retail versions. They further said that mistakes were made in our early announcement for Digimon World: Next Order and we are sorry for any confusion this may have caused to our fans and they are looking forward to sharing more news and details about the game in the coming months.

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