Digimon Survive is practically becoming a myth by now, after multiple delays and the game’s absence from many events in the last year, but yesterday, as was pointed out by Twitter user @Stealth40k, the upcoming game received a rating by the Australian Classification Board, which may indicate that the game may be on track to debut on its planned release date, scheduled to take place in the at the start on 2022, a least according to TOEI Animation’s latest financial report.
You can check out the post made by @Stealth40k below:
Digimon Survive was rated yesterday by the Australian Classification Board.
While the game was delayed (after multiple delays) to 2022, maybe this time the release year will stick!
— Stealth (@Stealth40k) August 28, 2021
Digimon Survive will be a Tactical RPG, in which players will be able to join forces with many Digimon’s as they battle together to be able to return home. According to the title’s official description, in the game, players’ decisions will affect not only the evolution of their companions but also the end of the story.
You can check out the official opening movie of Digimon Survive below, courtesy of Bandai Namco’s official Youtube channel, as well as the game’s official synopsis below, as it is featured on Bandai Namco’s official site:
”During an extracurricular camp, the main character, Momotsuka Takuma and his friends have suddenly been dragged in another world filled with mysterious monsters – the Digimon. Players will have to face many hardships and fight powerful foes in this brand new Survival/Tactical RPG. Adventurers’ choices may prove to be critical affecting their monster’s evolutions and even the entire story!”
Digimon Survive was first announced in 2018 and will be available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, and PCs.