The "Digimon World: Next Order" PlayStation Vita version was released on March 17, 2016. While the PlayStation 4 version will be released next year in Europe, North America and Japan. A graphics comparison video was also released yesterday for both PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 versions of the game.
The PlayStation 4 version of "Digimon World: Next Order" will be released in Europe on the 27th of January, in North America on the 31st of January 2017, and in Japan on the 26th of February 2017. The upcoming PlayStation 4 version of "Digimon World: Next Order" has been highly anticipated by players and fans of the version released on PlayStation Vita, the players are also expecting a huge difference in gaming experience, graphics, and game mechanics.
According to Anime News Network, the people who will be preordering the game in Japan will receive soundtracks for both the new game and the original "Digimon World" PlayStation game, a digivolution core for Omegamon, and an Adventure Aid downloadable content set. The game's Western release will have features such as multiple language options, which includes English and Japanese voices. In addition, it will also have an English, French, and Spanish subtitles.
The game will be available in America via digital PlayStation Store and retail shop. There will be 12 more Digimons to be released on the PlayStation Vita version Japan for free, and the official website will also be offering more details in the future. The "Digimon World: Next Order" PlayStation Vita version will however not be released outside Japan. The PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita Japanese version of "Digimon World: Next Order" also features two downloadable scenarios.
In the first scenario the player will meet Meicoomon, a Digimon with cat-like features that has first appeared in the "Digimon Adventure tri." anime. Rina Shinomiya will be featured on the second scenario, a character that has first appeared in the "Digimon World Re: Digitize Decode" game for the Nintendo 3DS platform. Watch the graphics comparison video below, and subscribe for more updates!