Digivice ver Complete Digimon

Digivice ver.Complete Will Let Fans Raise Digimon From the Digimon Adventure Series

The Digivice ver.Complete will include all Digimon from the Digimon Adventure series. This limited edition product from Bandai Spirits will let Digimon fans raise any and all Digimon that accompanied the main characters throughout the Digimon Adventure series – this includes Digimon shown in Digimon Adventure tri. and Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna. This item is currently available to pre-order for ¥11,175 or roughly $106 and will be released sometime in January 2021. Pre-orders will remain open until September 13, 2020. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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Around 80 Digimon will be available to raise through the Digivice ver.Complete. This includes Digimon like Imperialdramon and Agumon Bond of Courage. As you can see above, the Digivice ver.Complete has been modeled to look like the Digivice held by the protagonist Taichi (or Tai) in the Digimon Adventure series.

Other premium Digivice include the Digimon Adventure Digivice series. These premium Digivice come with their own individual Digimon that accompanied each individual DigiDestined throughout the first season of Digimon Adventure. Each Digivice comes with their own, unqiue color to signify which Digimon is available to raise and train. However, pre-orders for this series of Digivices are no longer open.

The latest Digimon movie, Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna will also be available to download and watch on September 29, 2020. Physical versions of Last Evolution Kizuna will arrive on October 6, 2020.

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