How To Reduce Development Time In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hackers Memory
Want to vastly speed up your Developing time? This guide will tell you How To Reduce Development Time In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hackers Memory so you can pump out those development Commands and reap a variety of awesome rewards.
Much like reducing Investigation time, there’s a couple of basic tricks you can do to vastly reduce the amount of time it takes for your Digimon to complete a Development Command. Most importantly is your selection of Leader. There are 8 different personality types in the game, with 6 relating to stats and growth and two relating to DigiFarm activities. The key Personality for improving Development time is Builder.
Make sure you have at least 1 Builder in your DigiFarm and select them as the Leader. This will reduce the initial time from hours to just 35 minutes. You can continue to reduce the time if you have other Digimon that also share the Builder personality.
The best way I found to do this is to DigiConvert a bunch of garbage Digimon you don’t want to use. Some of them may come through with a Builder personality, and if they don’t you can just sacrifice them to other Digimon for the experience points. For every 2 additional Digimon with the Builder personality, you can further reduce the time by 5 minutes. Just like Investigating, you can only reduce Development time to 25 minutes at the lowest.
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