The DLC Digitama follow a special fixed evolution path, rather than evolving differently depending on how the player raises them. Agumon's path proceeds through the traditional Botamon > Koromon >Agumon > Greymon > Wargreymon line, with the Agumon-up stages voiced by Sakamoto. Gabumon evolves through Botamon > Tsunomon > Gabumon > Were Garurumon > Metal Garurumon, likewise being voiced from Child level and above. However, these versions of the characters are not fully evolved when they reach War Greymon and Metal Garurumon; they can be further Jogressed into an Ultimate-level Omegamon, which is jointly voiced by Sakamoto and Yamaguchi simultaneously. (This is why the Metal Greymon and standard Garurumon stages are absent from their lines.) Omegamon can also be made to appear through ExE-volution using the special War Greymon & Metal Garurumon.
In addition to a copy of the 1999 Digimon World soundtrack, those that preorder the game will get two original 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. Each theme comes in two variants, black and blue for ver. Dot, and blue and red for ver. Nostalgic.
Finally, those that preorder will also receive evolution items that will unlock Susanoomon, Omegamon, Imperialdramon Fighter Mode, Dukemon, and Shine Greymon in the game. By speaking with the Poyomon in Jijimon's house responsible for the Different Dimension Box, the player can receive specific Core items for each Digimon;
Omegamon - Strongest Cavalry Core (最騎核)These are consumable items which disappear on use. While it hasn't been explained whether their effects are immediate or if they only make it possible to evolve with that Digimon, their description is very similar to the classic evolutions items in Digimon World that would instantly evolve one's partner into a different Digimon.
Imperialdramon Fighter Mode - Imperial War Core (帝闘核)
Dukemon - Spear Cavalry Core (槍騎核)
Susanoomon - Contract Speed Core (建速核)
Shine Greymon - Sunshine Core (陽光核)
These various announcements and the most recent trailer have already garnered strong reactions in Japan, with some fans prematurely labeling it a "god-tier game" (神ゲー kami gē) in the same ranks as Final Fantasy VII, Super Smash Bros., and the original Digimon World. The inclusion of both Frontier and Xros Wars Digimon has sparked a massive positive response on the Japanese side; speculative numbers put -next 0rder- at including more than 300 unique Digimon, potentially 400, while Cyber Sleuth only sported 240 in its roster.
Digimon World -next 0rder- will launch in Japan on March 17th, 2016, for the PlayStation Vita. It will retail for 6,800 yen.