In April, there were reports that the upcoming adventure-tactical RPG Digimon Survive had gone from a 2020 release window to 'TBA'. At the time, it was believed to be tied to a development overhaul.
Fortunately, for Digimon fans, it turned out to be a typo on Famitsu's behalf - with the Japanese site listing the game as 'TBA' instead of '2020' by mistake. This was confirmed by a Bandai Namco representative in the United States.
Now, we've got a small update. The Toei Animation Europe webpage for the game has removed the "January 2021" release window a week after its discovery. All that's left is the name of the title. Here's a before and after (thanks, DualShockers):
In addition to this, a Toei Animation schedule shared by a Chinese game site at the end of July listed Digimon Survive for this year. If this is the case, it's a surprise Bandai Namco didn't lock in a date during its Play Anime Live event in the same month. We should also add that the official website for the game currently has the game's release date down as 2020.
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