The PlayStation Store shopping website has updated its product page for Digimon World: Next Order, revealing the file size for the upcoming PlayStation 4 title. When viewed directly from the PS4, the listing showed that the Japanese role-playing game will be taking up 12.35 GB of free space from the console’s internal hard disk drive.
In addition to a digital release, a disc version of the latest Digimon videogame will also be made available. If you are interested, you can preorder the physical release of Next Order with this link on Amazon.
For the uninformed, you will be able to raise two digital monsters in the upcoming game. Your partners will fight in battle on your own although you will still be able to issue strategic commands. In total, you can expect to encounter more than 200 digital monsters from the popular animated series.
Digimon World: Next Order originally came out for the PlayStation Vita on March 17, 2016. However, only the upcoming PlayStation 4 port of the game, which is coming out on the 31st of January, will be released in the North American region.
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