Gundam Breaker 4 announced

Gundam Breaker 4

Publisher Bandai Namco has announced Gundam Breaker 4 for various platforms.

Gundam Breaker 4 is launching sometime later this year across Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PS5.

Here’s a rundown on the new game, plus a reveal trailer:

– As part of the 45th Anniversary celebration of GUNDAM, Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc. is bringing back the fan-favorite series that combined action-packed gameplay with custom gunpla (Gundam plastic model) building with GUNDAM BREAKER 4, arriving this year to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam.

As an aspiring gunpla hobbyist, players will be able to mesh together their own mecha creations by using parts from more than 250 iconic Mobile Suits from throughout the GUNDAM series, and then test their creations on a virtual battlefield with up to 3 players in co-op multiplayer. Fight through missions to hack, slash and shoot through hordes of enemy mechs, breaking off their parts to collect and upgrade builds. GUNDAM BREAKER 4 introduces an all-new feature to the series, where players will be able to use two different weapons for unique combos in their quest for the best parts to build the perfect gunpla. In between battles, players access a robust mecha garage where they can customize their creations with new parts as well as paint, decals, and weathering to make the ultimate mecha expression for GUNDAM fans.

Once players finish building their gunpla, they have the option to bring it into a wide variety of both offline and online missions. Take down bosses or take on hordes of enemy mecha to gain new parts and equip new skills. Another brand-new feature unique to GUNDAM BREAKER 4 is diorama mode. Construct elaborate scenarios with a variety of backgrounds, environmental elements, and special effects, then place any gunpla creations capture the perfect pose with highly articulable models.

English Trailer

Japanese Trailer



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