Bandai Namco has finally revealed more details about the upcoming “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth” sequel. The Japanese company also confirmed that this new RPG is heading to North America and Europe after its launch in the company’s home country.

On Tuesday, Gematsu learned that Bandai Namco has now confirmed the overseas release of “Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth — Hacker’s Memory” — the follow-up to the 2016 fan-favorite Digimon game for PS Vita and PS4. While the company did not give a specific release date, it did announce that the game will be heading to North America and Europe in early 2018, several months after its 2017 release in Japan.

Bandai Namco also dropped more details about the Japanese version of the game, such as the inclusion of English and German texts and the single-player option for the offline game and the two-player mode for its online version. Just like the first “Cyber Sleuth,” “Hacker’s Memory” is being developed by Media Vision, which is also credited for popular titles like “Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo,” “Valkyria Revolution” “Wild Arms,” and many more.

The upcoming game’s plot has also been announced, revealing that this won’t really follow the events that took place in the original “Cyber Sleuth” and will instead focus on the adventure of Keisuke Amazawa. “After being accused of a crime he didn’t commit, Keisuke Amazawa has no choice but to dive into the Digital World and investigate to prove his innocence. Even if that means joining a group of hackers and helping them solve the troubles threatening this mysterious universe,” the description of the plot reads.

Based on the new information Bandai revealed, Kotaku says it’s unlikely for players to use a female character this time. It can be noted that the first game allowed players to assume the role of either male lead Takumi Aiba or female lead Ami Aiba. The original “Cyber Sleuth” even came with male and female Hero Costume Sets as preorder bonuses.

Other key features that Bandai Namco announced this week include the Cyber Punk Atmosphere, Addictive Gameplay and a Unique Story. Players will reportedly enjoy the new environment that combines real and digital elements as they discover the mysterious backstory behind the first “Cyber Sleuth” game. Furthermore, improved Digimon skills, compatibilities and combos are part of the new game that will ship with more than 320 Digimon.

As previously reported, “Hacker’s Memory” is the sequel to “Cyber Sleuth.” It is going to be the fifth installment in the “Digimon Story” series. The first “Cyber Sleuth” was launched in Japan on March 12, 2015 as a PS Vita-exclusive title. In North America, the original game was launched on both the PS Vita and PS4 on Feb. 2, 2016.