Digimon Thanksgiving 2018 Special Meeting and Latest Game Report live stream set for July 29

New Digimon game project to be introduced.

Digimon Thanksgiving 2018 Special Meeting and Latest Game Information Report

Bandai Namco will host a “Digimon Thanksgiving 2018 Special Meeting and Latest Game Report” live stream on July 29 from 19:00 to 22:45 JST, Bandai Namco announced. It will be live streamed on YouTube and Niconico.

The live stream will consist of three parts:

Digimon Thanksgiving Part

The “Digimon Thanksgiving 2018 Special Meeting in Odaiba.” (Some parts will not be live streamed.) This event is being held at United Cinema Aqua City Odaiba Screen 1 and will feature presenters Chika Sakamoto, Mayumi Yamaguchi, Natsuki Hanae, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Ayumi Miyazaki, AiM, and more. Tickets to physically attend the event cost 5,000 yen per person.

Game Introduction Part

Producers will introduce a new Digimon game project and hold a Q&A corner answering pre-submitted questions (submit your questions here). The latest information on Digimon smartphone games and goods will also be introduced.

Anime Part

A discussion featuring guests that have stopped by from the Special Meeting in Odaiba event venue.

Presenters include MC Kouji Watanabe, Bandai Namco producers Kazumasa Habu and Katsuaki Tsuzuki, and more.

The latest Digimon console game, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory, launched for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in December 2017 in Japan, followed by January 2018 in the Americas and Europe. Digimon game series producer Kazumasa Habu has said that a new Digimon Story project is currently in development.

Update: Digimon game series producer Kazumasa Habu said on Twitter to, “Pay attention to the [July] 21 issue of V-Jump,” suggesting the new Digimon project will be announced ahead of the actual live stream.

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