‘Digimon Survive’ Release date delayed yet again because we can’t have nice things

Jonny Hector

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Digimon Survive: It still won’t be this year that we will go back to the digital world, as Digimon Survive is once again delayed and this time until 2022. According to a financial report from Toei Animation which was first reported by Gamerbraves.

The game was announced back in July 2018, with the initial date for the launch being in 2019. Following the year, the release date was delayed somehow due to unspecified reasons to 2020. Back in the year October of 2020, likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic which affected the release of multiple media works. The game was released once again postponed for this year. During E3 Expo 2021, Bandai Namco offered fans no further insight into how the game’s development has now been progressing. It is now fair to say that not much has been revealed about Digimon Survive since its original postponement in 2020.

Digimon Survive is now meant to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Digimon Franchise. The game is now meant to be focused on serving in a world where our protagonist got lost while venturing into an unknown wild. It joins forces with digital monsters to battle different enemies and survives the dangers that they will encounter along with their journey.

The characters are designed by illustrator Uichi Ukumo who will also give us a fresh spin on the characters Digimon fans have come to know about love. The original music created by composer Tomoki Miyoshi, Bandai Namco has now set Digimon Survive to be a sort of love letter to the fans.

Digimon Survive as the name indicates and it will be a decision-based game where the player’s choices affect the outcome and evolution of their digital monsters. We can now hopefully expect to embark on this journey back home with our favorite range of characters. Among these you will find Takuma and his monster ally Agumon. During the second half of the next year 2022, Digimon will also be available for Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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