Our news sources have reported that Bandai Namco, at a “Future of Digimon” panel at Anime Expo 2019 this weekend has confirmed the delay of Digimon Survive. In one of the statements, the company during the event shared that the game has been delayed to sometime in 2020. Bandai Namco, regarding the concern, shared a five-minute trailer to the panel during which it declared the delay of Digimon Survive, according to sources.
Bandai Namco announced the Digimon Survive last year and with the new title the company introduced the new protagonist, Takuma Momozuka. The story of the game is based on a school camping trip in which the mates of Takuma Momozuka winds up in “a strange new world of monsters and danger.” There are reports that Digimon Survive, which was earlier scheduled for a launch in 2019 has now been delayed until 2020 by the publisher. The game is expected to be launched on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One, the reports shared.
Bandai Namco shared a few details about the game and briefed that the game will include “difficult decisions and deadly battles,” fought in 2D, “in a more classic SRPG style,”
In a 20-year catalog, Digimon Survive is the latest game and is at least as robust as Pokémon’s, which most recently saw Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth on PS4 in 2016, and its sequel, Hacker’s Memory in 2018. The game is also hitting Nintendo Switch and Windows PC in October.