Bandai Namco Games has revealed that Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth will feature CG event scenes from Kamikaze Douga and has also told us about new areas that you will find in the lower level area of Cyberspace.
In the latest release of information around their upcoming Digimon title, Bandai Namco has revealed that some of the events that occur in the Cyber World will be depicted in high-quality CG movies produced by Japanese animation studio Kamikaze Douga.
We also learn about a lower level area of the Cyberspace world that is now a debris-filled data graveyard. The data here has formed a dangerous dungeon area not suitable for general users. Vast transmissions from a Digital Wave create a communications network called ‘Cron’, which flows in the lower level of the dungeon. The coming together of the many types of data that occur in the lower level dungeon causes mysterious phenomena to take place in this area, ensuring that drama awaits those that journey to this place!
The intermixing of data that takes place in this area causes distortions in the world, from which Digimon will appear and emerge from the crevices of the distortion. This has turned the lower level of Cyberspace into a hunting ground for Hackers, who are keen on catching the Digimon that have appeared. No one seems to question where the Digimon that do appear have come from, but rumour has it that the distortions brought something else along with the Digimon to this area!
There will be various Digimon to meet in this area, such as Hagurumon, Palmon, and Terriermon. You will also battle wild Digimon inside this dungeon, using your Digimon allies to beat the enemy.
Bandai Namco has also revealed some new screenshots for the game which you can check out below!
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is set to release in Japan in 2015, with no news yet of a Western release.