The latest Digimon Story title, Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker’s Memory is now confirmed to be coming to the Americas for both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita. This game will be a sequel of sorts to Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth that released last year.
This new adventure will tell a different side of the Cyber Sleuth tale as you follow the tale of hacker Keisuke Amazawa (You’re able to change his name). Amazawa has had his online identity stolen, his EDEN account, and it’s now up to him to become a hacker himself and dive into the digital world to clear his name and protect the people closest to him.
During the adventure, you will explore the virtual and physical world attempting to track down the thief. You will be able to train up to 320 different breeds of Digimon as you progress through this game. The scanning and Digimon farm components of Cyber Sleuth will also be returning to this title.
This is one of the latest Digimon games to be released to western audiences as online groups have been petitioning and doing all they can to make noise about these Digimon titles being released to English speaking audiences. Eric Hartness, VP of Marketing for BANDAI NAMCO had the following to say on the fan outcry
The passion from Digimon fans requesting more Digimon titles in the Americas has been heard loud and clear, we are very excited to have players redigitize into the Digital World for another Digiadventure on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita later this year.
Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hackers Memory will be releasing physically and digitally for the PlayStation 4 and will be getting a digital release for the PlayStation Vita edition. No concrete release date or window has been announced.
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