Digimon Con Schedule Starts With Game Information Segment

Digimon Con Schedule includes illustration contest result announcement

The official schedule for Digimon Con, set to broadcast on February 26, 2022, has appeared. Bandai will start the digital event with a segment dedicated to Digimon video games. A new teaser trailer for the show also included footage from the upcoming console game Digimon Survive.

Bandai first revealed Digimon Con in December 2021. It teased that the global event would have segments dedicated to Digimon anime and games, including the Vital Bracelet gadget. One of the show’s highlights will be a live musical performance by Ayumi Miyazaki, the singer famous for Digimon anime insert songs like “Brave Heart.”

The digital event will be available in two languages. Bandai noted that some segments will have different content between the Japanese and English streams. While the company will publish an archive of the show in the future, it will not include Ayumi Miyazaki’s performance.

Here is the full schedule for Digimon Con. We have converted all times to ET.

  • 8:00 PM (February 26, 2022) – Opening
  • 8:10 PM – Digimon games information and Q&A session
  • 9:00 PM – Digimon Card Game US-Japan friendly match – Part 1
  • 9:55 PM – Digimon Illustration Competition result announcement
  • 10:10 PM – Live musical performance by Ayumi Miyazaki
  • 10:28 PM – Vital Bracelet Double Raid Battle
  • 11:23 PM – Digimon anime discussion
  • 12:38 AM (February 27, 2022) – Digimon Card Game US-Japan friendly match – Part 2
  • 1:38 AM – Live performance of Digimon project theme song
  • 1:42 AM – Closing
  • 1:47 AM – Digimon product information and designer interview

As mentioned, Bandai published a new Digimon Con trailer in Japanese and English. The trailer includes brief gameplay footage from Digimon Survive around the 0:11 mark.

Digimon Con will broadcast simultaneously worldwide on February 26, 2022, in American time zones.

Kite Stenbuck
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