Bandai's online virtual pet evolved to the Baby II stage, having well exceeded the 3500 care milestone needed for evolution. This unlocked the next tier of rewards for Digimon World -next 0rder- and Linkz, an additional Chain Melon and two Digistones. The Digimon was put up online on the 21st as a Digitama, and hatched into Botamon within 24 hours of going up. Fans around the world are caring for the Digimon using the page's "care" command, which creates a premade tweet for them to share on Twitter.
Currently the counter is at 7314; at 8000 Koromon will evolve to his Child stage. The next tier of rewards is one more Chain Melon and three more Digistones, items which are used to respectively extend a Digimon's lifespan in -next 0rder- and replenish its stamina in Linkz.
Digimon World -next 0rder- will launch in Japan March 17th, 2016, on the PlayStation Vita. Digimon Linkz will launch in 2016, on Android and iOS.