God Eater 3 has eight-player co-op Assault Missions

Plus the key visual and new footage.

God Eater 3

God Eater 3 will have a new co-op element called “Assault Mission,” Bandai Namco announced during a God Eater 3 official broadcast today.

An Assault Mission is a co-op mission in which eight randomly matched players (which can be supplemented by NPCs when there is not enough players) take on a strong enemy within a five-minute time limit. While the level of difficulty is seemingly quite high, it is possible to receive rewards even if you fail.

An Assault Mission will be playable in the newly released action demo during its last two days of operation—October 20 and 21.

Outside of the new multiplayer element, Bandai Namco also debuted the key visual that will be used on the game’s box art in Japan.

God Eater 3

Here is the actual box art:

God Eater 3

God Eater 3 is due out for PlayStation 4 on December 13 and PC in early 2019 in Japan, and for PlayStation 4 and PC in early 2019 in the Americas and Europe.

Watch the latest gameplay footage below.

Gameplay

God Eater 3 Official Broadcast

  • 9:13 to 18:15 – Character Customization
  • 21:26 to 24:30 – Assault Mission #1
  • 28:26 to 37:29 – Assault Mission #2

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