Gundam Breaker 3 details five new DLC expansions [Update]

Build Beginning, Rising, Evolution, Absolute, and Kingdom.

Following a tease in August, Bandai Namco has detailed the upcoming ‘major’ downloadable content for Gundam Breaker 3. Five new expansions will be released between October and February. Each will be available for 1,000 yen, excluding the final add-on, which is 1,500 yen, and all five can be purchased in a “Break Pass” pack for 5,000 yen.

Get the details below.

DLC #2: Build Beginning (October, 1,000 yen)

—Story

In Irato Game Park’s Gunpla Battle Simulator, a hot new add-on has been installed. A mysterious man suddenly appeared, who recommended the add-on’s installation, and the old lady who runs Irato accepted it as she does anything as long as it yields a profit. The Gunpla fighters, including Misa, take on the new missions introduced by the add-on in high spirits. Colored by the desires and ambitions of the people, the new missions are played by users all over the world. But within it, fighters witness an unidentified enemy mecha. And this new battle is only the beginning.

—Mecha

  • Gundam Barbatos 6th Form
  • Scramble Gundam
  • ???

—Other Additional Elements

  • Missions
  • Builders Pass

Gundam Breaker 3

Gundam Breaker 3

DLC #3: Build Rising (November, 1,000 yen)

—Story

About 30 years ago, an event known as the “Gundam Great Front” was held in Tokyo. Now, at the same event site, there is a Gundam Great Front Museum. Kouichi invites you to visit the Gundam Great Front Museum, where the world’s first-ever Gunpla Battle Simulator was 30 years ago, to experience a restoration stage. The adults who were once kids reminisce over the past. Meanwhile, in a place completely unrelated, the children of now engage in lively girl talk.

—Mecha

  • Gundam AGE-FX
  • Gundam Gusion
  • ???
  • ???

—Other Additional Elements

  • Missions
  • Builders Pass

Gundam Breaker 3

Gundam Breaker 3

DLC #4: Build Evolution (December, 1,000 yen)

—Story

I am a toybot, a toy robot. Before you know it, people become adults and move on from playing with toys. But when that happens, what will become of me? After master and Misa become adults, I wonder if I, a toy, will be put away somewhere…?

—Mecha

  • Gundam Kimaris
  • Mobile Worker
  • Arche Gundam
  • ???

—Other Additional Elements

  • Missions
  • Builders Pass

Gundam Breaker 3

Gundam Breaker 3

Gundam Breaker 3

DLC #5: Build Absolute (January, 1,000 yen)

—Story

Recently a computer virus borne of the Gunpla Battle Simulator has been making a fuss in the world. In response to notification of an emergency, Kadomatsu rushes to Irato Game Park. There, again affected by by the computer virus, Info-chan was acting strange. As usual, everyone tried to remove the virus. However, the Gunpla Battle Simulator is to be recovered by the manufacturer. Is there anything they can do about their Gunpla Battle Simulator getting taken away?

—Mecha

  • Gundam Barbatos Lupus
  • Aegis Gundam
  • ???

—Other Additional Elements

  • Missions
  • Builders Pass

Gundam Breaker 3

Gundam Breaker 3

DLC #6: Build Kingdom (February, 1,500 yen)

—Story

At the space elevator atop the floating airport in the Pacific Ocean, in commemoration of the start of the Space Solar Power Generation (SSPG) facility’s construction, a ceremony is to be held. One event within the ceremony is a Gunpla Battle SSPG Commemoration Tournament, to which the Ayato Shopping District Team is invited. However, behind the participants’ enthusiasm, a certain man who has been preparing for this day was about to put his plan into action.

—Mecha

  • Buster Gundam
  • Ball
  • ???
  • ???
  • ???
  • ???
  • ???

—Other Additional Elements

  • Missions
  • Builders Pass

Gundam Breaker 3

DLCs #2-6 Break Pass

A downloadable content pass including DLCs #2, #3, #4, #5, and #6 will be released for 5,000 yen. It will only be sold until January 9, 2017.

Thanks, Games Talk.

Update 10/03/16: Here is a TV spot for the downloadable content:

View a set of images at the gallery.

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