Digimon Survive Will Appear on the Switch, PS4, Xbox Series X and One, and PC

Digimon Survive Switch, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC Versions Confirmed

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The April 2022 issue of V-Jump said the Digimon Survive release date would be July 28, 2022. Now there’s a more official confirmation direct from Bandai Namco. A new video starring Producer Kazumasa Habu appeared. In it, he confirmed the launch date and noted Digimon Survive will show up on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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Back when Digimon Survive was first announced back in July 2018, the PS4 and Switch versions were confirmed. However, after that initial announcement, Bandai Namco noted it would come to other platforms outside Japan. Both the Xbox One and PC were mentioned. Following the V-Jump leak, Xbox and PC versions weren’t noted just yet.

Here is Habu’s full announcement video. This is quite a short one, as it lasts under a minute. It only mentions the Digimon Survive release date. However, Habu did tease more news is on the way.

While there’s still a lot to learn, some details have come up. For example, Habu appeared at Digimon Con 2022. During a segment about the games, he discussed the title’s themes. He mentioned how this will be a “darker” game, with its characters attempting to survive potentially deadly situations.

Digimon Survive will show up on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on July 28, 2022.

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