Bandai's Worldwide 'Digimon Con' Begins February 26th, Kicks Off With A Video Game Segment 1

Bandai’s Worldwide ‘Digimon Con’ Begins February 26th, Kicks Off With A Video Game Segment

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Update [Tue 22nd Feb, 2022 04:30 GMT]: Bandai’s ‘Digimon Con’ will air later this week on 26th February, and ahead of the event, the official schedule has been published.

The broadcast will kick off with a “Digimon games” information and Q&A session. A new teaser trailer for the event (above) also includes footage of the upcoming strategy RPG Digimon Survive, so we could possibly be seeing more of the repeatedly delayed game very soon.

Here’s the full Digimon Con schedule rundown (via Siliconera):

  • (February 26, 2022) – Opening
  • Digimon games information and Q&A session
  • Digimon Card Game US-Japan friendly match – Part 1
  • Digimon Illustration Competition result announcement
  • Live musical performance by Ayumi Miyazaki
  • Vital Bracelet Double Raid Battle
  • Digimon anime discussion
  • Digimon Card Game US-Japan friendly match – Part 2
  • Live performance of Digimon project theme song
  • Closing
  • Digimon product information and designer interview

Original article [Fri 17th Dec, 2021 07:30 GMT]: Bandai – the company behind the long-running Digimon series, has announced a digital celebration airing “around the world” on 26th February 2022.

According to the official portal website, there’ll be an anime segment, a game information segment, a live performance, a digital illustration competition and much more:

-Digimon anime special planning segment
-Digimon series game info segment
-Digimon Vital Bracelet Series new info and special app-related planning segment
-Announcement of the initial selection results of the Digimon Illustration Competition
-Special live performance by singer Ayumi Miyazaki

The long-awaited RPG Digimon Survive was recently rated after a series of ongoing delays, so hopefully, we’ll get an update, or maybe even a date for this upcoming Switch release.

To see the broadcast, you’ll be able to tune in via the official Bandai Japan YouTube channel. The event will also be streamed in both English and Japanese, with a portion of the content swapping between the two languages.

Is this a broadcast you would be interested in watching? Tell us down in the comments.