Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth sequel Hacker’s Memory headed to Americas


Bandai Namco has announced that the upcoming sequel to Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth titled Hacker’s Memory will be released in the Americas. This sequel to Digimon Story Sleuth centers on Keisuke Amazawa, an individual wrongly accused of crimes he didn’t commit. The only course of action Keisuke can take to clear his name is to dive into the digital world. Much like the original Cyber Sleuth, gameplay will consist of players scanning, raising, training and battling with 320 Digimon from various iterations of the animated series. The battles will continue to be turn-based rpg style action.



Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth released in North America early last year and was met with positive responseS from critics. It comes as no surprise that the sequel will also see a release outside of the Japanese market. The sequel will, however, be a Sony system exclusive just like its predecessor. Physical and digital versions have been announced for the Sony Playstation 4, while a digital-only version will be available for the Sony Playstation Vita. An exact release date has yet to be announced.