Bandai Namco is finally opening Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition to other platforms!
Bandai Namco dropped some pretty interesting news for Digimon fans out there during Anime Expo 2019. The company is now working on porting Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition to the Nintendo Switch and PC.
The game includes two of the Cyber Sleuth titles — the original and the sequel, Hacker’s Memory. Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth was first released for the PS Vita in Japan back in 2015, followed by an English and PS4 port a year later. It’s sequel, Hacker’s Memory, launched in 2017 for both consoles followed by an English release in 2018.
In the game, players take control of a character that has the ability to command Digimons. At first, there is a selection of three starting Digimon, then as players progress they are given opportunities to capture the other 255 (258 total including the three starters) included in the game. It’s your basic critter catching RPG formula — Run around the world battling people who also command Digimon as you unravel the game’s story. The game heads to the Nintendo Switch and PC on October 18, 2019.
Check out the rest of Bandai Namco’s Anime Expo announcements here:
Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2 is getting a Western release
One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 releases on consoles, PC next year