Digimon World -next 0rder-, which will be their first appearance in a Digimon game that exists outside the confines of the Xros Wars universe. The Xros Wars Digimon were previously featured in the game's Jump Festa trailer, which along with the announcement that Frontier's Spirit Digimon would be in the game, came as a surprise to many.
The second page of the spread maps out the Village of Beginnings, matching the description seen in 4Gamer.
異次元区), the Introductory District (渡来区), the Central District (中央区), the Pleasure District (娯楽区), the Commerce District (商業区) and the Research District (研究区).
Jijimon's house is in the Central District, while the Pleasure District contains a Coliseum for battling Digimon, among other attractions. The Commerce District houses the shops that tamers can buy items from, and the Research District is where training facilities for powering up Digimon are located. As the player ventures through the Digital World, recruiting Digimon and gathering materials to improve the town, it will gradually develop into a booming city.
Last month's issue of V Jump revealed the game's launch date, the new character Tsuzuki Shouma, and that Susanoomon would be joining the roster.
Digimon World -next 0rder- will launch in Japan March 17th, 2016, on the PlayStation Vita for 6,980 yen (7,539 JPY after tax). It is the latest entry in the World series, succeeding directly from Re:Digitize Decode on the 3DS, Re:Digitize on the PSP, and World on the PSX. Those that preorder the game will get access to five special DLC Digimon, a remastered copy of the 1999 Digimon World soundtrack, and two original Vita themes, "ver.
Nostalgic" and "ver. Dot." Theme ver. Dot features a montage of original
Digimon LCD sprites, while theme ver. Nostalgic turns the screen into
the layout of a Digital Monster virtual pet.