Gundam Breaker 3 Break Edition launches in English on May 2 in Asia

Includes the main game and all six downloadable contents.

Gundam Breaker 3 Break Edition

Bandai Namco will release the Gundam Breaker 3 “Break Edition” bundle in English for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Southeast Asia on May 2, the company announced.

The Break Edition includes the Gundam Breaker 3 main game and all six downloadable content expansion packs. These add new customization abilities, a varied lineup of new units, additional story missions, and more.

If you already own Gundam Breaker 3 and purchase the Break Edition, save data from the Break Edition will override existing save data from Gundam Breaker 3. The save data can then only be used with the Break Edition, and no longer with Gundam Breaker 3 . If your device has save data from Gundam Breaker 3 and all six downloadable content expansion, these version as well as the Break Edition will be playable.

Here’s an overview of Gundam Breaker 3, via Bandai Namco:

Gundam Breaker 3 is the third instalment of the popular Gundam plastic model (also known as “Gunpla”) action game that lets players freely combine Gunpla heads, torsos, arms and other parts to create their very own original unit. Players destroy enemy Gunpla units to acquire new parts, and use them to create new original Gunpla to fight alongside their comrades in co-op battles against huge enemy Gunpla units. The newest game features enhanced equipment that units can be fitted with for advanced levels of customization, aside from recombining parts in different ways. SD Gundam BB Senshi have also been added as player support units. Choose between 1/144 scale HG (High Grade) and 1/100 scale MG (Master Grade) parts. Use your imagination and creativity to conceive your very own original Gunpla!

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