Digimon Survive official Japanese website opened [Update]

See the first couple of direct-feed screenshots.

Digimon Survive

Bandai Namco has opened the official Japanese website for Digimon Survive, its newly announced Digimon survival simulation RPG for PlayStation 4 and Switch.

Here is the information currently available on the website:

■ Specs

  • Platforms: PlayStation 4, Switch
  • Genre: Survival Simulation RPG
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Price: TBA
  • Players: 1

■ Product

◆ Your Choices Determine the Monsters’ Evolutions

A survival simulation RPG where boys and girls who get lost in another world must fight alongside monsters to survive extreme conditions and return to their own world.

Digimon Survive

The choices you make on this dangerous adventure determine the evolutions of the monsters you train and change the story.

Digimon Survive

Despite being 2D, graphics have enhanced spatial presentation, depicting a fantasy-like world, and producing a dramatic story and battles.

◆ Staff

  • Character Designer: Uiti Ukumo
  • Composer: Tomoki Miyoshi

■ Special

Digimon Thanksgiving 2018 Special Meeting and Latest Game Report

A live stream event that will be held on July 29, including the introduction of a new Digimon game project (Editor’s Note: Digimon Survive) and new Digimon-related updates. Read more here.

Digimon Survive is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch in 2019 in Japan.

Update 8:35 a.m.: The official press release included a few more screenshots. View the batch at the gallery.

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