New Digimon Survive Trailer Showcases Combat, Choices, And More

Bandai Namco recently released an exciting new trailer for the upcoming release of Digimon Survive. Offering fans the deepest insights into the game so far, the new trailer showcases the visual novel tactical RPG hybrid by introducing various new mechanics, exciting combat sequences, and rewarding character choices.

The new trailer introduces players to a variety of different features in the upcoming release. A complex and rewarding choice and consequence system is filled with intrigue as players can talk not only to their ally Digimon, but to enemy Digimon also. This can impact situations in a variety of ways, from healing ally Digimon to recruiting entirely new Digimon to join your team.

New Digimon Survive Trailer

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Players also got a sneak peek at the game’s traveling system with the World Map, an area players can explore, meet new NPC’s, and find glitches to uncover valuable secrets. The trailer also showcases the games tactically fueled combat system, listing a variety of different attacks for various Digimon and showing off the games equipment system.

Finally, watch to the end to experience some of the game’s most explosive abilities with glorious animations and tactical bonuses.

Digimon Survive is scheduled to launch on July 29th and will be available to play on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S. The game will launch with several bonus rewards, with additional content unlocked by pre-ordering. For more information, check out the official website.

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