Digimon Survive has been in development for the longest time now. The game was originally announced in 2018. However, Bandai Namco didn’t really show us any gameplay or explain what the game was. In fact, it wasn’t until February this year that the publisher shared the first gameplay details on the upcoming RPG. Now, we finally have a Digimon Survive release date.
Game producer Kazumasa Habu released a statement announcing that Digimon Survive will officially release on 29 July 2022 for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.
The Digimon Survive release date aligns with the franchise’s 20th anniversary this year which is only fitting for the game. Digimon Survive is a story-driven RPG that features a turn-based combat system. The game revolves around Takuma Momozuka as he gets transported to the digital realm of Digimon after going on a camping trip with his school.
Takuma befriends Agumon and sets off on an adventure to try and uncover the mysteries of this new digital world.
- Engaging Story – Experience anime-style storytelling filled with exciting drama, animated cutscenes, and a unique cast of characters designed by Uichi Ukumo.
- The Power Is Yours – Your choices dramatically affect gameplay through multiple endings. From creating strategic allies to Digimon Digivolutions, every decision counts!
- Original Soundtrack – Enjoy an amazing soundtrack with over 15 songs produced by world-renowned composer Tomoki Miyoshi.
- Thrilling and Strategic Gameplay – Defeat your opponents in classic, turn-based tactical combat.
There are a few screenshots of gameplay down below.
We’ve made it official. Announced earlier today, #DigimonSurvive will be arriving on July 29, 2022!
— Digimon Games (@digimon_games) April 20, 2022
Sadly, Bandai Namco didn’t share any new gameplay with us for the game. This is quite concerning considering the game’s release is just two months away. Hopefully, the publisher will provide some sort of deep dive on the upcoming title before it launches. In the meantime, you can watch the game’s opening video below.