The Steam page for the upcoming Digimon World: Next Order PC release has been created recently. Those who are interested in the game can already wishlist it.
The Steam page itself shows only a “Coming soon” release date, but thankfully, other than the usual agreement to a 3rd Party EULA; it seems that the Steam release will not have any anti-cheat software such as Denuvo, though we will have to see if that holds up until the game’s release on February 22, 2023.
You can view the Steam page’s screenshots in our gallery below:
Digimon World: Next Order is a sequel to the original PlayStation game from 1999. This open-world mix of raising sim and RPG tells the story of a group of kids who end up going to the Digital World during a moment of crisis. It’s up to the player (who can take on the role of a young male or female) to raise their partners and learn of the true state of the world.
The main hook of this one, in particular, is the fact you have two partners at the same time. Not only does that mean double the bathroom time and more coordination to manage them simultaneously, but it also opens up possibilities with type advantage/disadvantage control and the classic DNA evolution (jogress). Altogether, there are over 200 Digimon that the player may have as partners.
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