God Eater 3 updates planned post version 1.40, Switch demo announced

Plus new details on version 1.40's Time Attack Mode.

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God Eater 3 will continue to receive updates following the version 1.40 update due out in the early summer, Bandai Namco announced on the latest God Eater Official Broadcast.

The details of future updates are currently unknown, but Bandai Namco is planning the persistent release of updates over a long period. The company is even preparing a dedicated forum where users can share their feedback directly with the development team.

Here are the latest details on the game from the live stream:

Version 1.40 Time Attack Mode

Time Attack missions display the HP of the Aragami beneath the Aragami’s name, which not only makes it easy to figure out the best way to defeat an Aragami, but also take into account the enjoyment of those watching you play. Each mission has a target time, and awards a gold, silver, or bronze medal depending on the results. The medal displayed to the left of the timer is the medal that can be won if the Aragami is defeated at that point in time. There is also a convenient “Restart” feature that allows you to restart the Time Attack mission mid-fight.

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PlayStation 4 / PC Collaboration Costumes

Special collaboration costumes were teased for the PlayStation 4 and PC versions of God Eater 3 in the form of the following silhouettes:

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Switch Demo

An “Action Demo” will be released for the Switch version of God Eater 3. A release date was not announced, but the demo will support local multiplayer.

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God Eater 3 is available now worldwide for PlayStation 4 and PC, and is due out for Switch on July 11 in Japan and July 12 in the Americas and Europe.

Watch the full God Eater Official Broadcast below.

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