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Digimon World: Next Order (デジモンワールド -next 0rder (ネクストオーダー)- Dejimon Wārudo -Nekusuto Ōdā-?, "Digimon World -next 0rder-")[1] is a Digimon video game for the PlayStation Vita. It is part of the Digimon World series. It was announced at TGS 2016 that the game would be receiving an enhanced port to the PlayStation 4 set to release in early 2017 for North America and Europe as both a physical retail release and a digital download.[2] In the Western releases, this game features an English dub after its predecessor in the franchise, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, did not. The changes made to International versions were then released back in Japan as a version titled Digimon World -next 0rder- INTERNATIONAL EDITION (デジモンワールド -next 0rder (ネクストオーダー)- INTERNATIONAL EDITION (インターナショナルエディション) Dejimon Wārudo -Nekusuto Ōdā- Intānashonaru Edishon?). This version was ported to Nintendo Switch and Microsoft Windows on February 22, 2023[3], though in Japan the game will only release on Switch.


The game's story centers around two potential main characters: Japanese third-year high school students Takuto and Shiki. The Hero was once a passionate Digimon fan in their youth, even becoming runner-up in a national tournament, but has since become more concerned with adolescent life and wondering about their future. They are transported to the Digital World, where they meet their Digimon partners, WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon, and deal with the threat of Machinedramon. They are joined on their journey by fellow tournament participants Kouta Hirose and Himari Oofuchi, whose are partnered to Yukimura and Rikka respectively.

Digimon World -next 0rder- Logo

Official Japanese logo for -Next 0rder-


Digimon World: Next Order is an open world role-playing game. Its gameplay is similar to that of Digimon World and Re:Digitize, but with the addition of a second Digimon partner. The player navigates the world while raising two Digimon simultaneously. Battles take place using an AI battle system, with the Digimon fighting automatically and the player issuing strategic commands to them


Version differences[]

In its Western release and International Edition, changes were made to the original game, which include the following;

The Switch/PC version includes even more changes;[4]

  • An even easier difficulty option, beginner
  • The ability to run
  • The localized Nintendo Switch version removed the ability to play the game with Japanese voices.[5] Some regions seem to retain the ability to switch to Japanese however.[citation needed] After complaints, the voices were patched back in on 11 April 2023.[6]





Voice Actor Role(s)
Yuta Kasuya Protagonist (Male)
Saki Fujita Protagonist (Female)
KENN Kouta Hirose
Nao Toyama Himari Oofuchi
Nobuhiko Okamoto Shōma Tsudzuki
Kenichi Suzumura ??? (Mameo)
Sora Amamiya Luche
Miyuki Sawashiro Mirei Mikagura
Haruka Tomatsu Rina Shinomiya
Chika Sakamoto Agumon
Mayumi Yamaguchi Gabumon
Yusei Oda Yukimura
Yuka Tokumitsu Rikka
Bin Shimada Jijimon
Daisuke Namikawa Taomon
Hiroaki Miura Gaioumon
Megumi Han Kuzuhamon
Yasunori Masutani MetalEtemon
Hisao Egawa Titamon
Hiromu Miyazaki Nanomon
TV Announcer
Natsu Yorita Unspecified roles
Nao Shiraki
Takumi Saeki
Amane Makino
Natsumi Fujiwara
Atsushi Taniguchi
Yuya Hirose
Hiroki Matsumoto

American English[]

Voice Actor Role(s)
Ben Diskin Shoutmon[8]
Cristina Vee Himari Oofuchi[9]
Kyle Hebert WarGreymon[10]
Christopher Smith Jijimon[11]

List of obtainable Digimon[]

Main article: Field Guide


Other Notes[]

Miscellaneous trivia

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