Isshak Gravi talks about the possibility of DLC in the western release of Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth

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Digimon-Story-Cyber-Sleuth-TGS-16Isshak Gravi, the community manager of Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe, recently live streamed the English version of the upcoming Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth on Twitch. When asked about the possibility of releasing DLC for the game in the west, he confirmed that downloadable content will be coming to the role-playing game and that more details are going to be announced in the near future.

In Japan, Bandai Namco released packs that came with costumes, items, equipment and missions for Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth. So the company could be bringing the same downloadable content to the western release.

The upcoming game is the latest in the mainline RPG series where you can raise and battle monsters know as the Digimon. Up to three of these creatures can participate in the turn-based battles.

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth initially came out in Japan earlier this year on the 12th of March. For the western release, which is slated for 2016, Bandai Namco will also be porting the game to the PlayStation 4.

In North America and other select European regions, a physical copy will be available along with a digital release. If you are interested, you can preorder the disc release of the RPG with this link. The Vita version will be download only in the west.

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