A new “Digimon” game is currently in the works and is scheduled for release within this year. The new game is said to be an installment for the “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth” series.

On Saturday, Gematsu learned from the latest issue of Japanese magazine V-Jump that Bandai Namco is preparing for the launch of “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory.” Like its predecessor, the upcoming role-playing game will be launching on PS4 and PS Vita.

Though “Hacker’s Memory” will also be set in the same world as the previous game, it will present a different side of Cyber Sleuth. Certain elements from the original “Cyber Sleuth” game will also return for the sequel, such as the Digi-Farm. Also, it has been confirmed that more than 320 Digimon will be part of the new game.

Unfortunately, what the magazine has for now is information that “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory” has been confirmed for release in 2017 in Japan. There’s no word yet on when the game will likely arrive in North America and other markets.

“Hacker’s Memory” will likely be designed by Suzuhito Yasuda once again, based on the leaked images for the promotion of the game. In addition, Bandai Namco has said that when players pick up the new game, they’ll be getting the first one as a pack-in title.

“Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth” is actually the fifth game in the “Digimon Story” series. After its launch on March 12, 2015, Bandai Namco announced that it will be reaching the North America market on Feb. 2, 2016. The first “Cyber Sleuth” game was only made available on PS Vita in Japan, so it’s clear the publisher wants to reach out to more players by releasing it on PS4.

For the international market, however, the original “Cyber Sleuth” game debuted on both PS Vita and PS4 for the company recognized that more gamers in North America and Europe prefer to use PS4 over PS Vita. “This time, we announced the PlayStation 4 physical version because we think PlayStation 4 has a lot of players in North America and Europe, so that’s why we added it as one of the platforms,” producer Kazumasa Habu was quoted as saying by PlayStationLifeStyle.net.

Nothing’s been said about the starter Digimon in “Hacker’s Memory.” In the first “Cyber Sleuth,” players had Terriermon, Palmon and Hagurumon as default monsters.