Digimon Survive has been classified by the ESRB, which suggests a possible exit date coming for the Bandai Namco game, which has been expected for years given the continuous postponements it has undergone during its development.
At the end of October, confirmation arrived that Digimon Survive had been postponed to 2022, but there is still no precise release date for the game, so a announcement in this regard it should arrive in the next period and this could be close, considering that the game was announced over three years ago.
From the classification itself does not come much information: Digimon Survive has been cataloged in the “T” band, that is for children, and is marked on arrival for PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S.
In this regard, the specific mention of Microsoft’s next-gen consoles is rather strange, given that the game will hardly have a native version on these, but we’ll see.
For the rest, the Description tells us that it is a visual novel with elements of a strategic RPG, in which players follow Japanese boys lost in a world full of monsters. Following the story, we periodically find ourselves fighting with turn-based battles using the Digimon, or monsters with special powers and abilities.
In a strategic style, characters and Digimon move on checkerboard battlefields, selecting the moves to make. Beyond a scene with a bloody corpse and some not-so-strong swear word, the description accurately points out that there is a move called “Poop Toss”. throwing poop, which is shown as a kind of cartoon-style excrement that is thrown at enemies. Particularly interesting, we have to say.