‘Digimon Tri’ Part 1 Release Date: New Video Shows Animation And Scenes From Upcoming Movie Series

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Greymon in the newest clip for Digimon Tri Toei Animation

During Japan’s Digimon Adventure Fes. 2015 a new video clip was shown of the upcoming Digimon Tri movie series. And Toei Animation’s website streamed the clip for the rest of the world who could not make the festival.

This new video of the first part of the Digimon Tri movie series shows off our Digidestined and their partner Digimon along with some scenes from the first part of the next chapter of the Digimon Adventure anime .

There’s also a cool action sequence between Greymon and Kuwagamon on an airport runway.

Check out the newest clip from the upcoming Digimon Tri Part 1:

For those unfamiliar with the original anime, the song featured in this new clip is from Kouji Wada’s “Butter-Fly” while AiM (Ai Maeda) is returning for the first part's ending theme "I wish." Ayumi Miyazaki also returns to perform the insert song, "Brave Heart."

But those who attended the Digimon Fes. 2015 were also treated to this new poster of Tai and Matt with Omnimon against a new foe.

Check out the poster for Digimon Tri below via Anime News Network , which you should check out ANN’s photos from the festival.

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The new poster for Digimon Tri Photo: Toei Animation

And while fans of the original Digimon Adventure series are happy to see the characters they grew up with grow up themselves, the voice actors for the Digidestined are different from the originals.

Natsuki Hanae as Taichi Yagami

Yoshimasa Hosoya as Yamato Ishida

Suzuko Mimori as Sora Takenouchi

Mutsumi Tamura as Kōshirō Izumi

Hitomi Yoshida as Mimi Tachikawa

Junya Ikeda as Jō Kido

Junya Enoki as Takeru Takaishi

MAO as Hikari Yagami

However, the Digimon partners will be voiced by the original voice actors from the first Adventure series so there’s always that.

Digimon Tri Part 1 will be split into six animated movies instead of the mini-series that was set to air on television with Part 1 set to release in Japan on Nov. 21.

So what do you think of the new video for Digimon Tri? Sound off in the comments section below.

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