Bandai Namco has released new information and screenshots of Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory introducing new characters Chitose Imai, Nokia Shiramine, and her Digimon partners Agumon and Gabumon, and the Territory Battle Quests system.
Get the details below.
Chitose Imai is the vice-leader of the “Hudie” hacker team. He is the mood maker of the team and a hacking genius who creates his own digital tools as weapons to be used in information warfare. His partner Digimon is Ankylomon, an herbivorous Digimon with a brave spirit.
To help the wounded digimon after battles, a girl named Nokia decided to create the Rebellions team to protect them from hackers with bad intentions. Digimon from Rebellions team may change the turn of the fights and affect the journey of our heroes.
Nokia Shiramine truly cares about how digimon are treated by evil hackers. She gathered the Tamers and established the Rebellions team. With her strong sense of justice she really believes that Digimon will save the world.
Agumon and Gabumon
Agumon and Gabumon were banished from the Digital World and they found a way to get to the EDEN network where they met Nokia and friends. They have a vague recollection of what happened before coming to the real world, but for sure they came with an important purpose in mind!
Territory Battle Quests
The clash of hackers will continue in the Territory Battle Quest, which enables players to recruit characters to fight against hackers in unique battles with the goal of gaining more territorial control over the Digital World using their team emblem. Players must defeat enemy team leaders to secure their place in the Digital World. The Territory Battle Quest system also offers players the opportunity to interact with their team members and raise friendship levels in order to unlock special items and additional story elements.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in 2017 in Japan, and in early 2018 in North America and Europe.
View the screenshots at the gallery.