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Digimon World: Next Order made it to Switch this week, and if you’re interested in seeing how this version has turned out, you may want to check out new gameplay that’s come in. Around a half hour of footage is available.

Below is an overview of the title with more details:

Digimon World: Next Order has arrived on Switch today, and Bandai Namco have dropped a launch trailer to celebrate the release. The Switch version includes additional features not seen in the Playstation versions, including a Beginner mode and a run button.

For more information about the game, check out the overview below:

Digimon World: Next Order frame rate resolution

Bandai Namco has shared details about the frame rate and resolution for the new Switch version of Digimon World: Next Order. The technical information was posted on the official Japanese website.

Bandai Namco says that the is largely a 60 FPS experience. However, during some of the more intense moments, the frame rate in Digimon World: Next Order may drop to around 30 FPS. This is in comparison to the PS4 version that always runs at 60 FPS.

Bandai Namco have shared a new trailer of Digimon World: Next Order for Switch, showing off some of the gameplay features of the title, which is due out next year on Nintendo’s console. The Switch version will bring with it new features, including a “run” feature and a Beginner mode.

Catch up on the game and check out the trailer below:

Digimon World: Next Order International Edition

Original (10/18): Bandai Namco is bringing Digimon World: Next Order International Edition to Switch, it’s been revealed. A release is planned for February 22, 2023 in Japan.

Digimon World: Next Order first released for the PS Vita in 2016, which only came out in Japan. Bandai Namco followed up with a PS4 version the following year that received a worldwide release. This marks the first time the game will be available on a Nintendo system.

Dragon Quest X Offline gameplay

As part of a new episode of the PlayStation Japan “Play! Play! Play!” broadcast, Square Enix and B.B. Studio released the very first gameplay of Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Offline today. Although we did see a new trailer earlier in the month, this is a proper look at pure footage.

Dragon Quest X initially came to Wii in 2012 as an MMORPG. Later on it was made available on additional platforms, including 3DS and Switch. The Offline edition was then revealed back in May.

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