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Digimon Survive Sells Over 500,000 Units Worldwide

After launching in July for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC, Bandai Namco’s Digimon Survive has sold over 500,000 units worldwide. The publisher revealed the news on Twitter and thanked fans for supporting its games.

Digimon Survive has been in development for years, with Witchcraft at the helm before HYDE took over after several delays. It focuses on a new cast of teenagers, with Takuma Momozuka as the protagonist. After following a Digimon during their school trip to a shrine, the teens are trapped in an alternate world and must fight to survive.

While Digimon Survive offers strategy RPG combat, the story is the appeal. It’s like a visual novel with branching choices and animated cutscenes. There are also multiple endings to unlock, so choose wisely. Depending on the three types of Karma chosen, Agumon, Takuma’s Digimon, will evolve in unique ways.

For more details, check out our official review here. Stay tuned for further updates on the title in the meantime.

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