New Gundam Breaker July and August update plans announced

Various additions, adjustments, and improvements planned.

New Gundam Breaker

Bandai Namco has announced its July to August schedule of updates for the newly released New Gundam Breaker.

Here are the details:

Planned Additions and ImprovementsRelease Date
New Gunpla AdditionsNew Gunpla will be released sequentially via Event Missions starting June 21.June 21
Operation and Response ImprovementsButton press response and operational stability during battle will be improved.July
Camera and Lock-On Behavior AdjustmentsCamera and lock-on behavior will be adjusted.July
Parts Falling Off AdjustmentsAdjustments will be made to the behavior of the Third Force, as well as to parts falling off due to the damage from the Third Force.July
Usability ImprovementsAdjustments will be made the sorting feature during assembly.August
New Stage AdditionsNew battle stages will be added.August
OtherChanges will be made so that you can acquire the parts gathered by your team at the end of a multiplayer match.July
OtherVarious lines will be added to radio chat.July
OtherThe following variations will be added to multi-mode:

  • Create a room and gather six people for a three-versus-three battle
  • Three players-versus-CPU battle
August
ParametersVarious parameters will be adjusted.July

New Gundam Breaker is available now for PlayStation 4 and will launch for PC later this summer.

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