A longtime competitor of Pokemon, Digimon has mostly played second fiddle to the Pikachu-pushing pocket monster titan. However, Digimon Survive is looking to not only change that fact, but also revitalize the Digimon franchise with a fresh new game on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 devices. However, one big question on many gamers’ minds is which Digimon will be available in the game. The short answer is a ton.

List of Digimon in Digimon Survive

Child (Rookie) Digimon

Child, or rookie, Digimon are the weakest and typically cutest forms Digimon can take. The following is a list of all child Digimon in the game:

  • Agumon
  • Betamon
  • Draculmon
  • Falcomon
  • Floramon
  • Gabumon
  • Gazimon
  • Gomamon
  • Gottsumon
  • Guilmon
  • Kunemon
  • Labramon
  • Lopmon
  • Palmon
  • Patamon
  • Piyomon
  • Renamon
  • Shakomon
  • Tentomon

Adult Digimon

Adult Digimon forms are stronger and less cute but usually cooler than their child counterparts. If you’re looking to befriend every Digimon in the game, these mons are a great place to start. Here is a list of the adult Digimon available in the game:

  • Angemon
  • Birdramon
  • Cyclomon
  • Deltamon
  • Diatrymon
  • Dobermon
  • Dokugumon
  • Fangmon
  • Flymon
  • Garurumon
  • Greymon 
  • Growmon
  • Guardromon
  • Ikkakumon
  • Kabuterimon
  • Kiwimon
  • Kuwagamon
  • Kyubimon
  • Leomon
  • Meramon
  • Numemon
  • Sangloupmon
  • Seadramon
  • Shellmon
  • Siesamon
  • Tailmon
  • Togemon
  • Tyranomon
  • Turuiemon
  • Tuskmon
  • Vegimon
  • Wendimon

Perfect Digimon

If adult Digimon are defined by more strength, more cool, and less cute, perfect Digimon take these concepts to another level. Below is the list of Perfect Digimon in the game:

  • Andiramon
  • Andromon
  • Angewomon
  • Archnemon
  • Altur Kabuterimon
  • Blossomon
  • Blue Meramon
  • Cerberumon
  • Delumon
  • Etemon
  • Garudamon
  • Gigadramon
  • Holy Angemon
  • Jewelbeemon
  • Lilimon
  • Marin Devimon
  • Megadramon
  • Megalo Growmon
  • Mega Seadramon
  • Mermaimon
  • Metal Greymon
  • Monzaemon
  • Okuwamon
  • Panjyamon
  • Skull Greymon
  • Taomon
  • Triceramon
  • Vamdemon
  • Were Garurumon
  • Yatagaramon
  • Zudomon

Ultimate Digimon

This level of evolution is typically the final level a Digimon can reach, and thus is ascribed to some very powerful monsters. Below you can find a list of such monsters that exist in Digimon Survive:

  • Anubimon
  • Baihumon
  • Bancho Stingmon
  • Beelzebumon
  • Ceresmon
  • Ceresmon Medium
  • Cherubimon
  • Dinorexmon
  • Dukemon
  • Gran Kuwagamon
  • Herakle Kabuterimon
  • Holydramon
  • Hououmon
  • Huanglongmon
  • Marin Angemon
  • Metal Garurumon
  • Metal Seadramon
  • Mugendramon
  • Piemon
  • Pinochimon
  • Plesiomon
  • Plutomon
  • Qinglongmon
  • Rosemon
  • Saber Leomon
  • Sakuyamon
  • Sakuyamon: Miko Mode
  • Seraphimon
  • Spinomon
  • War Greymon
  • Valdurmon
  • Voltobautamon
  • Xuanwumon
  • Zhuqiaomon

Super Ultimate Digimon

Digimon given the title of Super Ultimate are typically extremely powerful Ultimate Digimon or a fusion of multiple Digimon. If Super Ultimates were a battle difficulty in Digimon Survive, they would certainly be the hardest by far. However, currently only one exists in the game, that being Omegamon.

For more information on Digimon Survive, take a look at How many chapters are there in Digimon Survive? and How does the camera work in Digimon Survive? from GameTips.PRO!

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