Digimon World: Next Order video game
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Digimon World: Next Order is an open world role-playing game, the gameplay in Next Order is similar to that of Digimon World, Re:Digitize, and Decode, but with the addition of a second Digimon partner The player navigates the world while raising two Digimon simultaneously.
First Release February 26, 2017
Next Release February 22, 2023
Last Release February 26, 2017

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