God Eater 3 Phym, Burst Arts, and Chrysanthemum screenshots

The mysterious girl.

God Eater 3

Bandai Namco has released a new set of God Eater 3 screenshots featuring new character Phym, the new “Burst Arts” system, and the Chrysanthemum Ash Crawler that serves as the player’s hub ship.

Here are a few details, via Bandai Namco:

Following the destruction of their home, God Eater 3 will see the game’s protagonists rescued by the crew of an Ash Crawler called Chrysanthemum. Ash Crawlers serve as the hub ships of the God Eater heroes and the sole lifeline for humans in this post-apocalyptic world. They’re covered with Anti-Aragami walls that protects the last remnants of humanity from the effects of the outside world, as well as housing Resonance Radars systems to seek out and destroy dangerous Aragami.

Following a devastating Ash Storm, The Chrysanthemum crew have lost their members that were capable of operating the Resonance Radar. To survive, they enlist the help of players to defeat the Aragami and restore the routes through the Ashlands. From their moving base, players will have to scout ahead into new and uncharted areas of the Ashlands, to safely guide the Caravan deeper into the world.

Also, revealed today is a new character Phym (voiced by Rina Endou), a mysterious girl sporting a horn on her forehead. Met by the protagonists during a scouting mission, Phym is a vital part of the God Eater 3 story and their encounter with her will change both their lives forever.

The final feature revealed today is the Burst Arts special attack system. This is a move that players can use only during Burst Mode. The Burst Arts special attacks takes a different form depending on what the players are doing; running, jumping, be on the ground, or in the air. Players will be able to forge their own unique play style by choosing the perfect attack.

Players will also be able to customize their characters and what Burst Arts Effects they apply for each move, providing a vast number of different combinations.

God Eater 3 is due out for PlayStation 4 on December 13, 2018 and PC on February 8, 2019 in Japan, and for PlayStation 4 and PC on February 8, 2019 in the Americas and Europe.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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