Bandai Namco Asks Digimon Survive Players To Not Spoil The Story For Others

There have been instances where companies like Atlus and Capcom provide video guidelines for their new games to ensure spoilers aren’t ruining the fun for all And now it’s the turn of Bandai Namco. Digimon Survive, the next Digimon game called Digimon Survive, launches this week as well. Bandai Namco has released a special announcement on social media, asking gamers to refrain from posting specific content.
As stated on the official Digimon Games Twitter account, Bandai Namco will not allow players to share “anything” via social networks that could alter the storyline beginning with Chapter 5 onward for at minimum for the “first 2 months” in the first two months of game’s launch.

A follow-up tweet from the developer asks players to use “#DigimonSurviveSpoilers” as the go-to hashtag for posting spoilers.

“Digimon Survive” is a profoundly personal tale that has many twists and twists. To keep the surprise fresh we’re asking players to refrain from posting any content on social media which could spoil the story starting from Chapter 5 onwards in the initial two months following the game’s launch.

“However should you decide to post, please mark the content as spoiler-free in a manner that clearly informs others that spoilers exist. Let’s make sure we keep Digimon Enjoy a unique experience!”

Even the Digimon Survive players posted spoilers on Twitter for the first few months, without the hashtag Bandai Namco probably wouldn’t be able to accomplish anything. But, it could be different on other platforms such as YouTube that allow uploads of videos.

What do you think of the Digimon account that asks players to keep off spoilers in the initial two months? Leave a comment below.

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