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How To Get More Party Memory In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hackers Memory

How To Get More Party Memory In Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth - Hackers Memory
Want to bring more powerful Digimon with you? This guide will tell you How To Get More Party Memory In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hackers Memory so you can DigiVolve your favorite Digimon, fill out your reserves rank and not go over the Party Memory limit.

Party Memory is the bane of all existence at the beginning of your journey. Even the greatest Digimon Trainers that create the most powerful Digimon are powerless against the Party Memory limit. Every Digimon, depending on their power and growth, cost a specific amount of Party Memory points. These points accumulate until it reaches a certain maximum amount, which begins at 20. If you have over 20, you have to reduce the points to progress. Although Party Memory is fixed at the start of the game, there are ways you can get more of it.

Typically, Party Memory is increased through Memory Up items. Some of these are rare and hidden away but there’s also quite a few given as you progress naturally through the story elements of the game. Others can be rewards from the various cases the game has to offer. Each time you use a Memory Up, your total Party Memory increases and you can bring more Digimon with you when you’re in dungeons and whatnot.

Be sure to check out our other guides if you want to learn where to find Memory Up items.

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