New Gundam Breaker Game's PC Version Delayed to Summer
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The Bandai Namco Entertainment UK Twitter account announced on Friday that the worldwide release of the PC version of the New Gundam Breaker game is delayed to "a later date during summer 2018." The game was originally slated to release worldwide on the PC via Steam on June 22. The company cited a need for "extra development time" to "achieve the best possible quality" for the game as the reason for the delay.
The game will still ship for the PlayStation 4 worldwide on June 22, and will still ship for the PS4 in Japan on June 21.
Those who pre-order the game will get the "Its Name is Super Fumina!" mission. The game will release in both a standard edition and a Build G-Sound Edition, which will include songs from the Gundam Build Fighters series and the previous Gundam Breaker games.
The game is the latest installment in the Gundam Breaker series, and uses Unreal Engine 4.
The Gundam Breaker series allows players to take various real-life Gundam model kits and use parts from the kits to create their personalized mobile suit. Players can then take their custom mobile suit and fight other players or play cooperative scenarios.
Source: Bandai Namco Entertainment UK official Twitter account
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