Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2 launches October 1 in the west

Free-to-play team battle action game dated.

Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2

Free-to-play team battle action game Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2 will launch for PlayStation 4 in the west on October 1, the latest PlayStation Blog “The Drop” post announced.

The game is currently available with English text support in Japan, Hong Kong (English store, Traditional Chinese store, and Simplified Chinese store), Taiwan, and Korea.

Here is an overview of the game, via its English official website:

About

Win battles and become the best Mobile Suit pilot ever!

Key Features

  • Maximum Six-versus-Six Online Battles – Join players around the globe in six-versus-six team online battles! Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2 features the critically acclaimed land combat of its predecessor, and turns it up a notch by adding all new space battles! Fight for survival with your comrades on realistic battlefields!
  • Infantry Battles – Mobile Suits aren’t the only heroes on the battlefield! Pilots can place bombs in enemy bases or request support fire to contribute to the cause! Sometimes, infantry fights can even decide the outcome of the battle!
  • Acquire and Customize Mobile Suits – Spend the earned DP to develop Mobile Suits after battle or spend tokens for attempts at the lottery that can award powerful Mobile Suits! You can also enhance your favorite Mobile Suits through customization!
  • Base Camp – Interact with players from around the world in this online lobby! Become a pilot and make battle preparations such as upgrading Mobile Suits in the neutral base camp! In addition, you can freely interact with an assortment of battle comrades that cross your path.
  • Ever-Evolving – New Mobile Suits, stages and costumes will be added to Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2, while also featuring regular events. The game will keep evolving on a daily basis!

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