Digimon Survive European Licensing Catalog Site Updates, Removes January 2021 Release Window

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The European licensing site for Digimon Survive and other Digimon IP updated, removing the previously posted January 2021 release window.

Digimon Survive has gotten another update to its potential release date, which comes in the form of the European licensing catalog site updating. The site formerly showed January 2021 as the release window for the title, seemingly confirming a delay in the title’s release:

Bandai Namco, digimon, Digimon Survive, Digimon Survive delay famitsu, Famitsu, Kazumasa Habu, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Switch, Toei, Toei Animation, Tomoki Miyoshi, Tsuzuki Katsuaki, Uichi Ukumo, Xbox One

But now when you check the site, it displays this image with the release window now removed. This confirms that the window was published as an error:

Bandai Namco, digimon, Digimon Survive, Digimon Survive delay famitsu, Famitsu, Kazumasa Habu, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, Switch, Toei, Toei Animation, Tomoki Miyoshi, Tsuzuki Katsuaki, Uichi Ukumo, Xbox One

There’s been plenty of back and forth concerning the release of Digimon Survive. According to an official statement from a Bandai Namco representative, they stated that the previously reported on “switch from 2020 to TBA is a typo on Famitsu’s side” and that the game is still slated for a 2020 release. This is also backed up by the official Toei Animation schedule released by a Chinese game site, which reinforces the release date.

In a past update, two other characters made their debut along with a well of info concerning the Free Action mechanic. There were other screenshots of the world and another character revealed before then. Bandai Namco also released a developer diary starring producers Habu Kzaumasa and Tsuzuki Katsuaki as they dug deep into the past, present, and future of Digimon video games. And of course this means they touched on Digimon Survive as well.

During the video Kazumasa delved into how the team is trying to build to something that will cater to both the hardcore and casual audiences. To do this, the team mashed up elements of old school tactical RPGs and adventure games. The devs hope this combo of gameplay styles will make the game more accessible for everyone.

Katsuaki also talked about the two different parts of Digimon Survive’s gameplay. The first, which he calls the “drama part,” is akin to a text adventure. You’ll be given a number of options and your choices will influence the story. The “battle part” is a standard tactical RPG; however, choices you make in the “drama part” will influence various conditions in these battles. You can also digivolve your Digimon during battle. This lets you open up opportunities to exploit your opponent’s weaknesses and finish them off in quick order.

Check out some battle and story gameplay here, and some beautiful high quality screenshots here and here. Digimon Survive will be coming to Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One sometime in 2020.

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