We have a very nice trailer for Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker's Memory now (prior to this the only footage we had was some silent promotional footage.)
While I don't believe there are any new details are in the trailer, it looks rather nice (and pretty similiar to Cyber Sleuth on PS4, as expected.)
Thanks to Gematsu for the heads up.
Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker's Memory is currently scheduled for a 2017 release in Japan on PS4 and Vita.
An early 2018 release for the west has been announced for both PS4 and Vita by Bandai-Namco Europe and Australia.
Thus far there seems to be no official statement from Bandai-Namco US on an American release (it's such a foregone conclusion that everyone is reporting it as fact, but going over their social media and press pages, I can't find any evidence they've actually announced it.)
Because it was recent, a few people might have missed we have an official description for Keisuke from the official site.
The 'EDEN account' is an access key into cyberspace, acting as a proof of identification. However, Keisuke Amazawa's EDEN account had been hacked, and he now finds himself falsely accused of an account-hunting crime he does not recall committing. In order to find the perpetrator who put him in this predicament, he becomes a hacker himself and begins his investigation!
Previous Hacker's Memory news and discussion can be found here.
Update-It's been a bit of a wait for those of us in North America but... Bandai-Namco US has finally announced the game!
And in addition the game is already available to pre-order at Amazon on Playstation 4! (Affiliate Link)
Bandai-Namco US is saying Early 2018 (matching the other international release dates) and Amazon has a stand-in date of March 31, 2018 (we don't expect that date as it's a Saturday) and has confirmed both Playstation 4 and Vita for the NA release.
Swapped out the Japanese trailer up above for the American one, and cleaned up some of the info near the top.