In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth both the digital and real worlds will be coming together, where you’ll play as a protagonist who can freely travel between worlds. Bandai Namco shows us a little bit of what it looks like in both sides of the game.
The start of the video shows the male protagonist walking around some part of Japan, but as he continues along, you can notice certain parts looking like it’s getting corrupted, possibly due to some sort of effect from the digital world of “Cyber Space Eden”.
The protagonist (male or female) will need to figure out the mystery going on between the two worlds, and will get help from other fellow hackers, such as Arata Sanada and scaredy cat, Nokia Shiramine.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is currently in development for PlayStation Vita, and is expected for release sometime in 2015.