It is well known that in the coming months we will have news of Digimon Survive, and Bandai Namco seems to be paving the way in the best possible way. Yesterday, the editor posted to development diary on YouTube with interviews to the producers of the series, Habu Kazumasa and Tsuzuki Katsuaki, to make a complete review of the Digimon games from its beginnings to the present.
As expected in a video of almost 15 minutes, creatives touch a large number of issues. Among them, they reflect on the gameplay and history of the franchise, how it has evolved over the last two decades and how the interest of Western fans has affected the expectations and plans of the publisher. The last stop is Digimon Survive, the next game in the series, which will soon come to PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
Since the franchise has already accumulated many years, Digimon Survive will try to cover users of all ages and profiles. As we already knew, it will combine a visual novel style with a tactical RPG gameplay to combat and train our creatures. Its leaders indicate that both parties will be linked, so that the decisions we make in history will impact in some way on how the Digimon react in combat and how it develops.
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