Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth details and screenshots: Kyoko Kuremi and sub-quests

Meet the head of the Kuremi Detective Agency.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

The latest Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth media blast details Kyoko Kuremi, head of the Kuremi Detective Agency which the protagonist joins, sub-quests, and more.

Get the details below.

Kyoko Kuremi, the Female Detective

The protagonist doesn’t have a body but is a part of the real world. Kyoko Kuremi is a female detective who helps out the protagonist, and under her guidance, players will take on various investigations as an apprentice detective. The more cases you solve, the higher you’ll be promoted and the more cases will pour in the agency.

A Fated Meeting! A Character that Appears Before the Protagonist Before he Loses his Body?

As a data body from the Cyber World, the townspeople who saw the hero’s suspicious-looking appearance panicked. But there, a mysterious woman gallantly driving a sports car appears and invites the protagonist to get inside and drive towards a new fate.

Kyoko Kuremi

The head of the Kuremi Detective Agency, which has the utmost trust of the police officials and whose detectives undertake Cyber World-related incidents. Contrary to her appearance, Kyoko has a boyish, always cool, and dry personality. Due to certain circumstances, Kyoko doesn’t have access to the Cyberspace herself, but with the mysterious event that happened to the protagonist’s body, the pair form a give-and-take relationship to assist in detective affairs.

Various Requests Pour in to the Detective Agency

While the game’s story will progress by completing main quests, a variety of sub-quests will also be available. By completing these “requests,” your reputation as a detective will rise. Requests include mysterious occurrences in town, requests from Digimon who find themselves lost in the real world, among other situations. By solving these cases, you may draw closer to the mystery of the nature of your new body. Sometimes, your client’s Digimon will join your investigation and participate in battle with you.

The Detective Agency’s Visiting Digimon

Tokomon, Lopmon, and Tentomon.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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