Digimon Survive delayed until 2020

Estimated time of Survival.

The latest instalment of the Digimon franchise, Digimon Survive, has been pushed back until 2020.

Originally announced a year ago to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Digimon Anime, Digimon Survive will see you join Takuma and Agumon and "craft your story and fight your way back home in this Survival Simulation RPG".

"Players' choices throughout the game will impact the evolution of their monster allies, and the final ending," Bandai said when the game was announced. "Battles in the game are fought in 2D, in a more classic SRPG style."

At the recent "Future of Digimon" panel at Anime Expo 2019, however, the publisher confirmed the next instalment has been delayed until an unspecified window in 2020. It also shared a five-minute teaser trailer of the opening cinematic from the upcoming game, but that has seemingly yet to be uploaded online.

Digimon Survive is expected to release on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. To tide you over until then, check out Bandai's latest dev diary:

Thanks, Gematsu.

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