Digimon World: Next Order is finally available on PC and Nintendo Switch for Digimon fans to dive into
Digimon World Next Order

Digimon World: Next Order is finally available on PC and Nintendo Switch for Digimon fans to dive into. This Digimon RPG continues the original Digimon World adventure loved by fans around the world. The game also features a new mode that enhances the experience of the story by focusing on smooth exploration. New players and fans of the Digimon World series will finally be able to enjoy the latest release out now. 

Digimon World: Next Order is the latest Digimon RPG game port released for fans of the franchise, which follows the release of Digimon Survive. The port continues from the release of Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition, as both games were initially released on PlayStation 4. The game acts as a sequel to the original Digimon World game released on PlayStation 1, which became a cult classic and beloved by Digimon fans. The game continues the iconic mechanics of training Digimon and the cycle of rebirth, allowing players to grow their partner Digimon and evolve into various monsters.

Digimon World: Next Order Now Released For PC & Switch


Leading video game publisher and developer Bandai Namco Europe S.A.S today launched Digimon World: Next Order on Nintendo Switch and PC. Here is the launch trailer released by Bandai Namco to commemorate the release of the new game for PC and Switch for fans of the Digimon franchise.

Digimon World: Next Order is a monster-collecting RPG in which the Digital World has been put in complete chaos. Players embody a Digidestined who, after the spread of a virus turning Digimon into Machinedramon, must stop the infection from destroying the world.

Digimon World Next Order

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Along with two Digimon companions, players can find and recruit among over 200 Digimon that they will have to feed, train, and form a bond with, for them to Digivolve. The game offers a balanced experienced with training, exploring, managing, and fighting. The town of Floatia serves as a hub developed by the players in which Digimon can become town residents. Players can upgrade buildings, grow crops and develop the city into a sprawling metropolis. 

The release of Digimon World: Next Order on Nintendo Switch and on PC offers players two additional features. Newcomers can now pick the “Beginner Mode” to experience the adventure with a lower level of difficulty, and Digidestined now has the ability to run, making the player’s exploration smoother, especially on large field maps. 

Digimon World Next Order

It has been a long wait as many fans were hoping this game would follow after Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth was released for PC and Switch. The visuals of this game had gone beyond the previous titles in the series, so its fantastic players can enjoy this release on these popular platforms. A lot of fans were hoping for a remaster of the original Digimon World game, with many still hoping for the future. The beginner mode for the release will also allow new players the opportunity to enjoy the story without the harsh challenges associated with the game.

It will be interesting to find out how many players will enjoy the normal gameplay or if some will take advantage of the new option. Digimon World: Next Order is now available on PC and Nintendo Switch. The game will be available on the stores of both platforms and on the official Bandai Namco website.

Digimon World Next Order

What do you think of Digimon World: Next Order? Are you excited about the release on PC and Nintendo Switch? Are you hoping for more games from the Digimon World series in the future? Let us know on social media and keep following The Illuminerdi for more gaming news. 

Source: Digimon World: Next Order, Bandai Namco

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Bryn Darby

Bryn Darby

Long time fan of Tokusatsu fan since Power Rangers was first released in the 90s. Whereas most Superhero fans grew up with DC Comics and Marvel, my childhood was surrounded by releases from Saban Entertainment such as Beetleborgs, along with anime, and other various fads of the generation. Anime is also a great passion with Digimon, That Time I Was Reincarnated As A Slime, and Demon Slayer being significant favorites. It was the love of both Power Rangers and Digimon that led to the path of becoming a Senior Writer for The Illuminerdi.