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Digimon Story Cuber Sleuth is coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on the 2nd of February. Cyber Sleuth is the latest Digimon RPG and the first Digimon game since 2008’s Digimon World Champoinship to be released to the west. For those pre-ordering from Gamestop you will get plenty in the Digi-Monsterous Bonus DLC.

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth DLC

This pre-order bonus will include the following:

  • Costumes for Agumon modeled after Taichi Yagami, and the male and female protagonist of Cyber Sleuth
  • A Useful Item Set containing Hunter USB, Full Revive x2 (Revives fainted Digimon with 100% HP), Brave Point C x3 (Gives one Digimon +10,000 EXP)
  • BlackAgumon
  • BlackGabumon
  • Cherubimon (Vice) and Beezlebumon (Blast Mode)*

*These Digimon are not available in the Japanese version of the game.

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth is set in a future where the line between the digital world and our own is blurred. Anyone is able to log into cyberspace and go out their lives but it’s when the player character gets the chance to meet a mysterious hacker that things start going awry. During this game you will be able to scan, raise and train your Digimon to battle for you against these hackers. With over 200 Digimon from the series available to you it’s up to your to raise them so they can digivolve and before a strong fighting force. From previous Digimon games features like turn based 3v3 battles and the Digimon farm are returning so you can try to collect as many Digimon as possible during your journey.

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth will release on the 2nd of February for $60 on the PlayStation 4 and $40 on the PlayStation Vita. This game will also support cross save functionality so you can play on the go and pick it back up again on your home console.

What do you think of the preorder bonuses for Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth? Are you excited to see a Digimon game getting a western release? Are you looking forward to a possible TechRaptor review? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Andrew Stretch

Events Coordinator

I have been playing all kinds of games for as long as I can remember with a particular interest in action adventure and platforming titles. While I am primarily an Xbox gamer I also spend a fair bit of time on the PS4 and on my PC in VR.

  • wombat

    Nothing for getting the vita version? Lame.

  • Andrew Stretch

    The Vita version is being sold digital only so no I don’t believe so

  • Dindu Nuffin

    Every time you print the phrase “pre order” a little part of every gamer dies.

    Not trying to shoot the messenger here. I’m just showing what the bullets look like.

  • Andrew Stretch

    I feel the whole warning away from pre-orders is a different case for a game like this where the PSVita version has already been out since March last year in Japan. For Digimon it’s an interesting case where western fans need to show support otherwise there might not be any more western releases of Digimon games. The past 5 Digimon RPG games were Japan only with fan translation like Project Decode being the only reason Bandai Namco has taken a look and decided to try releasing in the west again.

    We already know Japan is getting Digimon World: Next Order and that the producer of Cyber Sleuth has said “If this title becomes a success, we can hopefully consider a worldwide simultaneous launch for the next title.”

    I get not pre-ordering when you don’t know what to expect or if the game will even run, but people who are looking forward to this game and want to pre-order have the ability to see pretty much every aspect of the game.

  • Dindu Nuffin

    I agree that preordering as a way to gauge demand is a good thing, especially something that might not potentially come otherwise. It’s just so easily exploited that it gets beyond a joke. When you need a spreadsheet to work out which seller has what bonus it gets obnoxious.

    That being said if the only way to get super – limited releases is to work out demand first, and small inducements are needed to get those sales, well it is what it is.

  • Andrew Stretch

    Yeah I know how bad a lot of games are, I made a spreadsheet for the Batman Arkham Knight release to show how silly it all was. The idea of competition where you get x from Gamestop and y from Walmart ultimately hurts the consumer cause no-one gets the full experience.

    This seems to be preorder bonus from one seller for a product that already has full playthroughs on YouTube.I am much more forgiving for this than some others.

  • Daniel Rossevelt

    Vita version is getting the same DLC and bonus vita themes, not just for Pre-ordering, but for the entire month.×280.jpg

  • Daniel Rossevelt

    Nah actually the Vita version actually gets a better bonus, same pre-order bonus, plus vita themes, and they get it all month, not just for pre-ordering it. No offense but you could’ve researched this a bit more, you should update the article bruh.×280.jpg

  • Andrew Stretch

    I’m sorry Wombat I feel I have led you astray, well if I don’t get the game for PS4 I’m surely gonna get it for PSVita for the themes 😛

  • Daniel Rossevelt

    Hopefully he’ll see my comment. The themes look pretty great, and it’s even cooler when ya consider the vita version costs less too!

    I’ll be trying to pick up both copies, but I’m a little low on cash sadly XP I’ve already gotten my PS4 copy payed for. I was really happy when they said it’d be all month for the vita dlc, since other wise I probably wouldn’t be able to get ’em. But with all month I can’t imagine I won’t be able to scrap up the money but ya never now

  • Andrew Stretch

    Yeah, I really wanna get both just so I can do cross save 😛 Will be so nice to just walk away with the game when I’m not at my TV. I’m new to PS4 so cross buy is a new concept to me 😀