The Digital Devil saga has just been updated to add in-game bonuses, more than 10 brand new multiplayer maps and more.
The update comes as Digital Devil Saga, which launched on March 5, was met with controversy over its new gameplay elements, which include a game mode that’s not unlike the classic card game.
Digital Devil Saga launched with an online mode that allowed players to play against each other.
It was supposed to allow players to compete against one another in a tournament format, where they would be pitted against other players online.
That format would be limited to 20 players.
In a statement, Digital Devil stated that they have now removed the online mode and will be making a new game mode available to players.
“We want to be transparent about our plans for the digital sequel,” a Digital Devil representative said in a statement.
“In the weeks leading up to launch, we focused on making sure that players would be able to participate in a new, high-quality, competitive multiplayer mode that would allow for a much larger group of players to participate.”
Digital Devil said they will now also be releasing a free game mode on the PS4 and Xbox One, which will be playable on PlayStation 4 and Xbox.
Digital Devil is still not confirming what type of gameplay mode it will be, but it has promised that players will “have the opportunity to choose from a number of different multiplayer modes.”
Digital Devils previous game, Digital Hell, was an online multiplayer mode for both the Xbox One and PS4.
Digital Hell had players compete in a mode similar to a tournament tournament with up to 10 players, but with the addition of a brand new mode that allows for up to 20 people to compete in the same game.
Digital Devil’s latest game is set to launch this weekend.
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