As players dig deeper into Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, the enemies get much tougher. Bosses get to be at Mega-Level, and simultaneous battles can start and catch the player by surprise.
After we pointed out which rookies are extremely useful in battle, this guide will tell fans which Digimons they should plan on getting through Digivolution. Granted, players can just mix and match whoever their favorites are, but these particular Digimons are extremely useful during difficult battles.
While WarGreymon might seem like an obvious choice for fans of the show, there?s no doubt how powerful the mega-level Digimon is in the game. His Great Tornade move takes up 40 SP but does a ton of damage. He can also learn to accelerate, which increases his attack power tremendously.
Getting Gallantmon in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is a bit tough and won?t be possible till near the end of the game, but that doesn?t mean this Ultimate-Level Digimon is a weakling. In fact, he?s one of the strongest Virus-type Digimons out there. His main special move does a ton of damage, but in return he can?t attack in the next turn.
The final form of Patamon is an essential Mega-Level Digimon to have in the game. He has a ton of holy attacks, which are useful against Eaters, and he also has a number of healing abilities. His main special move is a devastating group attack, which is extremely useful.
Imperialdramon is easily one of the most powerful Neutral Digimons in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth. Getting Imperialdramon takes a lot of effort since he?s the mega form of Paildramon, who is a DNA Digivolution between ExVeemon and Stingmon.
Imperialdramon has two different battle modes to choose from, both of which are extremely powerful. In the Digi-Lab, players can choose to have him in Beast Mode or Warrior Mode, which both have their own benefits in battle. Beast Mode has a devastating group attack, while Warrior Mode has a powerful single-foe move.
The best part is that changing forms costs nothing. He?ll have the same stats no matter what, so players can switch between forms without any consequences in Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth.