Digimon World: Next Order for PS4 coming to Japan in 2017

Japan will also get the PlayStation 4 version this time.

Digimon World: Next Order

Bandai Namco is bringing the PlayStation 4 version of Digimon World: Next Order to Japan as Digimon World: Next Order International Edition in 2017, the latest issue of V-Jump reveals.

The PlayStation 4 version, which is scheduled for release in North America and Europe in early 2017, features improved graphics over the PS Vita version, Digimon training and battle balance adjustments, approximately 30 new events added to the story, and 12 new Digimon to befriend, including Rosemon Burst Mode, ShineGreymon Burst Mode, Boltmon, and MarineAngemon.

If you missed it earlier this month, catch our interview with Digimon World: Next Order (International Edition) producer Kazumasa Habu here.

Thanks, My Game News Flash.

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