The latest edition of Japanese magazine V-Jump introduces us to Rie Kishibe, the Operating Officer of EDEN, who the game’s protagonist will meet during his/her investigation. Kishibe has a rolled-up mid-length hairdo, soft eyes and a slow tone, yet still manages to become a threat to the protagonist as they continue their investigation.
Players will also meet various assassins in the Digimon World, including the Royal Knights’ Crusadermon. The magazine preview asks the question ‘what is their purpose’, with these assassins lurking in the shadows and working in secret.
Releasing in Japan in Spring 2015, with no word on a Western release (although a petition is still going strong), Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth will feature 230+ Digimon to train, ‘digivolve, devolve, and unlock new digivolutions as you level up’.
Keep an eye on TVL for all the Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth news you will need between now and its release!