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Digimon game producers reveal Bandai Namco is developing multiple Digimon titles

Digimon fans will be pleased to learn that Bandai Namco has announced that they have multiple Digimon projects in the works. The news comes as the company revealed that they are working on a port of Digimon World: Next Order for the Nintendo Switch and PC. Digimon producer Kazumasa Habu wouldn’t be drawn into revealing which Digimon games are under development at Bandai Namco, but they will of course be announced by the company in due course. Here’s what he said:

“Currently, we have multiple Digimon game projects in the pipeline and Digimon World: Next Order is actually handled by a new producer that joined the Digimon game team this year.”

Digimon games producer Kazumasa Habu 


9 thoughts on “Digimon game producers reveal Bandai Namco is developing multiple Digimon titles”

  1. Wow, I’m kind of blown away that both Pokemon and Digimon are still making games and anime after being around since I was a kid! Double thumbs up to them for being so good for sooooo long!

  2. Hopefully there’s an actual good digimon world game in there. Next order was garbage.

    The ds ones were great, would like to see cyber sleuth also with improved locations. It was mostly a blue data field all around that got boring quick, story was decent enough tho

  3. I honestly would love a new Digimon Rumble Areana game or just port over Digimon Rumble Arena 2 💕!!
    I don’t know about anyone else but me and my siblings used to play that game SO much on my GameCube when I was younger! I thought it was pretty fun and interesting! I still do even though just to purchase the game again cost too much money :-/ .
    Oh well, atleast that tells me that the game was fun for other people and that it’s still being well searched for just like Ribbit King for the GameCube.

  4. That’s awesome, this makes me wanna do another play through of Digimon Survive being that it has multiple endings and certain Digimon are only available on specific ending routes. Maybe now i can find a guide or a roadmap that shows the requirements for each ending route. Only completed one play through and it’s very story driven and the turned based combat is few and far between.

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