tweeted that the upcoming smartphone game Digimon Linkz is "in development," asking fans to look forward to the game while its team makes improvements. Bandai also shared two screenshots from Linkz in the meantime. The images show a maxed-out Stamina bar, icons for Missions, Presents, a Digivice, options to Configure items in the DigiGarden, a Farm Goods option, and a Capture feature to acquire new Digimon. In the second screenshot, fans can also make out one of Digimon's traditional meat farms.
introduced its navigator character Kurihara Hina to issue an apology for the delays. Nonetheless, the game has proved popular even in lieu of a release date, with over fifty thousand people having preregistered for the game as of last November.
Linkz will launch in 2016 on Android and iOS. The game will be free-to-play, with microtransactions. Watch the trailer here.