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SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays Game's 37-Minute Promo Video Streamed

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Game launches on PS4, Switch, PC on November 28

Bandai Namco Entertainment began streaming the 37-minute third promotional video on Friday for its SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays game for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. The end of the video details the game's four DLC sets, which will launch each month from December through March 2020. The first DLC will include characters from After War Gundam X, Turn A Gundam, and Gundam AGE.

The game will launch in Japan on November 28. EMPiRE perform the game's opening theme song "Success Story."

The Premium G Sound Edition of the game for PS4 and Switch will include 35 additional tracks of famous music from the franchise. The digital version of the game will include a character ability set. The first copies of the game will include a code to download a PS4 or Switch port of the 2002 SD Gundam G Generation: Monoeye Gundams game, the ability to add the Sisquiede (Titans Color) unit to the production list, and a quest to obtain a starter set of optional parts.

Bandai Namco Entertainment Southeast Asia will also release the game in English this year on PS4, Switch, and PC via Steam in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

The new game will feature mobile suits from four different Gundam universes: After Colony (Mobile Suit Gundam Wing), Cosmic Era (Mobile Suit Gundam Seed), Anno Domini (Mobile Suit Gundam 00), and Post-Disaster (Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans).

The game is the latest in the "G Generation" series of SD Gundam games.

Sources: Bandai Namco Entertainment's YouTube channel


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