Since it was first announced, Digimon Survive has been a hotly anticipated game. Initially scheduled for release in 2019, it was postponed several times due to the project’s shifting developers.
However, after a long wait, the game was finally released on July 28, 2022, which excited fans. There was no further delay, and the game was finally released yesterday.
After its launch on the Steam platform, Digimon Survive has already seen tremendous success. It surpassed stray to take the No.1 spot on Steam’s Global Top Sellers chart.
All of the previous Digimon games featured a compelling narrative to support their gameplay, and Digimon Survive is no different, as, in this game, a bunch of teenagers is lost on a school camping trip, ending up in an alternate dimension. This new world has a lot of mysterious creatures and monsters roaming around, and the teenagers are forced to fight these creatures to survive and return to their world.
The previous Digimon game was Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory, and it was released back in 2017, which was a long time ago, hence why Digimon Survive was awaited for so long.
All the previous Digimon games have been perceived very well by fans worldwide, and from what we have seen so far, Digimon Survive is also doing very well. It looks pretty neat and has been getting much positive feedback from fans.
On that note, what do you think about Digimon Survive becoming the No.1 best-selling game on Steam within 1 day of being released? Are you going to be playing it? Let us know in the comments section.
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