Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory out in Japan on December 14
Bandai Namco Entertainment has just officially confirmed that Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory will be released in Japan on December 14 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. At the same time, they also announced bonus contents that will be available in Japan in a limited amount.
By purchasing an early copy of the game, you will be able to unlock Sistermon Noir, Sistermon Blanc, and Omegamon (Omnimon) NX as raiseable digimons. Also, school uniform outfits will be available for Cyber Sleuth protagonists Takumi / Ami, and Hacker's Memory protagonist Keisuke.
A limited 20th Anniversary Box has also been announced in Japan. The game copy included here is a special edition that will include 12 BGMs from Digimon TV anime shows. Other than that, this package will also include the original soundtrack CD of Hacker's Memory, a visual art book on Digimon Story series, and a business card of Kuremi Detective Agency which contains a DLC serial code to unlock Alphamon NX and Dukemon (Gallantmon) NX as raiseable digimons.
Japanese voice actors for the new characters in Hacker's Memory have also been announced. The ones pictured above are the protagonist Keisuke Amazawa and the heroine Erika Mishima, who will be voiced by Ryota Asari and Yui Ogura respectively. Ryuji Mishima, Erika's elder brother and captain of the Hudie team, is voiced by Yuichi Nakamura. And his vice captain Chitose Imai will be voiced by Yuuki Ono.
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker's Memory will be also localized to the West in early 2018. However, so far there is no news on whether the limited contents above will be also available in the overseas release or not. You can see the recent screenshots of the game here.