‘Digimon World: Next Order’ Release Date, Trailer, News & Update: See How The PS4 Version Differs From PS Vita!

By Mark Jason Alcala , Updated Dec 19, 2016 08:44 AM EST
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With more than a month to go before the "Digimon World: Next Order" release date arrives, Bandai Namco Entertainment is on a marketing offensive and just raised gamers' anticipation even higher. The publisher just released a Japanese trailer of the upcoming title showcasing the exciting gameplay that awaits gamers when the title releases early next year.

In the "Digimon World: Next Order" trailer which can be seen below, gamers, either playing as Takuto of Shiki, find themselves transported into the Digital World. There, they must assist the Digimon inhabitants defeat the tyrant Machinedramon and in the process, find a way to get back to the real world.

Unlike its predecessor, the "Digimon World: Next Order" gameplay will allow gamers to train two Digimon partners simultaneously. Players need to take good care of their Digimon partners which require, aside from training, food as well as rest.

'Digimon World: Next Order" was actually already released in Japan early this year. However, the current title available in the region was only released for the PS Vita platform.

When the "Digimon World: Next Order" release date arrives in Europe and North America, it will be a version specifically made for the PlayStation 4 console. The PS4 version for the Japanese market is likewise in the works and will be released a month after the NA and EU launch date, reports Siliconera.

By the looks of it, Japanese players will definitely notice the visual improvements that the upcoming "Digimon World: Next Order" International Edition (aka PS4 version) is set to offer. Bandai Namco also release another trailer which compares the visual output of the PS Vita and the upcoming PlayStation 4 version and most agree that the difference in quality is very apparent indeed.

"Digimon World: Next Order" release date is slated this coming January 27, 2017 in Europe and January 31, 2017 in North America. Meanwhile, its Japanese launch is set a little later on February 26, 2017.


 

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