Gundam Breaker 3 launches March 3 in Japan

First-print copies include Fourth Form Gundam Barbatos.

Gundam Breaker 3

Gundam Breaker 3 will launch for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on March 3, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. The PlayStation 4 version will cost 7,600 yen and the PS Vita version will cost 6,800 yen.

First-print copies of the game will include a “Gundam Barbatos (Fourth Form)” playable character.

Weekly Famitsu also has new information about the game.

New Participating Gunpla

  • Full Armor Gundam
  • Psycho Zaku
  • Kshatriya
  • Byarlant Custom
  • Juaggu
  • Mobile Kapool
  • Gundam G-Self

Characters

There is a character named Mika, voiced by Yuka Iguchi, who appears in the Story Mode.

System

  • SD Gundams can only be set to “Module.” The effects of Module extend to the entire team. SD Gundams work in a supporting role (they might not be playable), and you can give them instructions during battle.
  • You can attach expansion weapons, such as missile pods and beam launchers, to the top of parts. From this, you can make a Full Armor Mobile Suit of your own. In addition to expansion weapons, there are also customizations like attaching Turn A Gundam’s mustache to his chest.
  • “Bounty Hunter Mode” is a mode where you can battle against Gunpla uploaded by other players and earn in-game currency for winning.

Theme Song

The theme song is “Mirrors” by Japanese band Back-On.

Thanks, Games Talk, Re: Zaregoto.

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