Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth details and screenshots: CG event scenes and lower Cyberspace

CG events produced by Kamikaze Douga.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

Bandai Namco’s latest Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth media blast reveals the game will feature CG event scenes from Kamikaze Douga, and introduces new areas in the lower level area of Cyberspace.

Get the details below.

CG Event Scenes

Some of the events that occur in the Cyber World will be shown through high-quality CG movies produced by Kamikaze Douga.

World View

  • Cron – The lower level area of Cyberspace has become a debris-filled data graveyard. The data drifts formed a dungeon, and is a dangerous area the general users do not approach. Additionally, the vast transmissions from a Digital Wave make up a communications network called “Cron” and flows into the lower level dungeon. The intermixing of all kinds of data causes mysterious phenomena in the lower level dungeon. What drama awaits players in the lower area?
  • Digital Monsters that appear from distortions of Cyberspace – The lower level of Cyberspace has become a gathering spot for hackers, and is an area where ordinary users don’t go. In this lower level where huge amounts of data are intermixing, distortions occur, and Digimon emerge from its crevices to wander the dungeon. It seems the hackers are catching Digimon there, but… where did the Digimon come from in the first place? However, it is said that the distortions brought something besides Digimon, as well…


Some of the Digimon you’ll meet in the lower level of Cyberspace include Hagurumon, Palmon, and Terriermon.


Naturally, you’ll battle wild Digimon inside dungeons. With the help of your Digimon comrades, you can strike the enemy.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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