New Gundam Breaker Info Details Free Post Launch Content - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 19 June 2018 / 1,052 Views
Bandai Nacmo has released information on the free post launch content for New Gundam Breaker.
Read the information below:
■ Gunpla Distribution Missions
The new Gunpla that are distributed free of charge following the game’s release can be obtained by playing dedicated missions different from the standard scenario mission. These Gunpla distribution missions can be played in both “Single Mode” and “Multi Mode.” (A network connection is required to play these missions.)
From the scenario mission selection screen, select “Event Mission.”
In the stage selection drop-down of the Create Team screen, select “Event Stage.”
*New Gunpla will be released free of charge for a limited time at fixed intervals.
*Gunpla whose distribution periods have ended may still also appear randomly.
Other than the above, Gunpla parts you do not already possess can be obtained through the in-game shop and by stealing parts from others during multiplayer. (The parts that are stolen from you during battle will return to you when the battle ends, you will not lose them.)
■ Upcoming Gunpla Distributions:
The following is an overview of the Gunpla that will be released following the game’s launch. In addition to the 21 Mobile Suits that appeared in the third trailer, two newcomers are also planned.
- Full-Armor Gundam (Thunderbolt Ver.)
- Zaku High Mobility Type Kai Shin Matsunaga Custom
- Gelgoog Jager
- Blue Destiny Unit 1
- Gaplant TR-5 [Hrairoo]
- Doven Wolf
- Jagd Doga (Gyunei Custom)
- Jagd Doga (Quess Custom)
- Mobile Capule
- Destiny Gundam
- Build Strike Gundam
- Gundam Astaroth
- Zeta Plus [Test Image Color Type]
- Gundam Tryon 3
- Gundam Nadlee
- Gundam Zavanya
- Gundam Harute
- Palace Athene
New Gundam Breaker will launch for the PlayStation 4 on June 21 in Japan, and on June 22 in North America and Europe. It will launch later this summer for Windows PC.
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