Digimon World: Next Order Is Discounted On PC
Holy digi-discount, Greymon!
For a limited time, the standard PC edition of Digimon World: Next Order is down to just $51 at Fanatical and Green Man Gaming (normally $60). This is the lowest price we've seen for the game since it launched last week. Fanatical's deal lasts through March 7, but it's unclear when GMG's deal will end.
If you purchase the game through Fanatical, you will receive a few bonus items, including Digivolution items for Omegamon and Imperialdramon, and a set of consumable items that boost your Digimon’s in-game stats.
Digimon World: Next Order originally launched on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in 2017, but was ported to Nintendo Switch and PC this year. In Next Order, players explore a virtual world populated by the titular digital creatures that you collect, train, and Digivolve into stronger variations. For the first time in the series, Next Order gives the player two unique Digimon companions to accompany them on their adventure.
Fans who want to jump into Next Order should hit up either Fanatical or Green Man Gaming and grab the game on PC while it's discounted. Along with PC, Digimon World: Next Order is also available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. And if you've already played this one, hardcore Digimon fans may want to check out Digimon Survive as well.
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