Gundam Breaker 3 details SD Gundam, story, customization, and Bounty Hunter mode

Official website updated with new info and screenshots.

Bandai Namco has updated the official Gundam Breaker 3 website with new information and screenshots following the announcement of the game’s Japanese release date.

Get the details below.

■ New Elements

Additional Participating Gunpla

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Over 20 new playable Gunpla have been added.

SD Gundam BB Senshi have also been added as support companions for players during battle. When you set modules to SD Gundam, their support effect is extended to the entire party.

Story

It’s been one year since the completion of the space elevator.

While playing at a certain arcade, you meet a girl named Misa.

“I want to scout you for my Ayato Shopping District Gunpla team!”

The shopping district where Misa is from is in decline.

In order to revive the Ayato Shopping District, Misa starts up propaganda activities through her Gunpla battle team.

Together, you and Misa will aim to go from local tournaments to national tournaments. But…

Customization Evolved

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Not only can you make full use of Gunpla techniques like plating coating and dirtiness, representation of damage, and so on, you can also attach expansion weapons with various abilities to the top of parts, including missile pods, rail cannons, and beam launchers.

Bounty Hunter Mode

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In this mode, you can have psuedo battles against other players’ Mobile Suit data. Defeat them to earn in-game currency.

Gundam Breaker 3 is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on March 3 in Japan.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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