Sorry Folks, But There’s Still No Release Date For Digimon Survive

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Digimon Con kicked off with a special Q&A featuring the Digimon Survive team. Unfortunately, the whole thing began with an apology to fans for not being able to provide any new information.

In short, there’s still no release date, but the team hopes fans can wait just a bit longer.

Bandai went on to explain how the game is currently being developed by a new team – and while the changes have caused a lot of uncertainty, it seems the efforts of the new development team have now got the game back on track, and a release is getting closer and closer.

On a more positive note, a new trailer was shown for the game (we’ll add it to this post soon). You can view the Digimon Con Livestream here on Nintendo Life.



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