PC MMORPG Digimon Super Rumble Opens Registrations For Its Closed Beta Testing

After making a name for itself over the past decade by developing games based on the Digimon franchise, Korean developer Move Games has recently released Digimon Super Rumble, a new MMORPG for PC. Registration for the game's closed beta test is now open!


Digimon Super Rumble is a Korean PC MMORPG based on the Digimon anime series, with a turn-based combat system similar to Digimon RPG and Digimon Battle Online. The game will include the original plot from the Digimon Adventure anime series, as well as the original characters, digimons, and other elements. It will also have a new function known as "Burst Skill," which will be added to the arsenal of each Digimon.

The team's years of development experience, as well as their experience as Digimon fans, are believed to have culminated Digimon Super Rumble. The game is expected to offer next-generation visuals thanks to its use of Unreal Engine 4.

Digimon Super Rumble has also announced the opening of registration for its closed beta test last June 09, 2021 and will be available until June 15, 2021. On June 17, 2021, selected participants will be notified, and the closed beta test period will last three days, from June 18 to June 20, 2021. Despite the fact that the game is in Korean, the game's FAQ section confirms that the closed beta will be open to gamers from all around the world. Only 3,000 lucky closed beta testers will be chosen, so don't miss out on your opportunity.

Closed beta testers of Digimon Super Rumble will be rewarded with special gifts as the game offers a chance to different prizes like an iPad and even Digimon Vital Bracelets! Players who beat Devimon during the CBT will be allowed to enter a lucky draw for a chance to win one of the goods featured below.


In order to play the game, players must have the following minimum PC specs:
  • CPU: Quad-core 3.0Ghz or higher
  • VGA: Nvidia Geforce 750 Ti or higher
  • RAM: 4GB or higher
  • Storage: 50GB or higher
  • OS: Windows 10 recommended
Tester progress will be erased when the closed beta test period ends. While the game's official release date in Korea is still unknown, the chance of an English release remains. For more information about Digimon Super Rumble and its closed beta test registration, check out the game's official website here.