Bandai Namco has confirmed that God Eater 3, the latest installment in the critically-acclaimed series will be headed to the Nintendo Switch this July. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming release.
On July 12th, 2019, God Eater fans can rejoice as Bandai Namco has confirmed that the third installment in the critically-acclaimed sleeper hit of a series will be making its way onto the Nintendo Switch. The game will feature all gameplay modes including Online and Single-Player content.
In it returning players and newcomers alike will have a chance to experience brand new combat mechanics, customization options, and even brand-new challenges that await them. Now, you’ll have a chance to choose between several different Burst Art, each one coming with a different style of play while unleashing the all-new Dive ability that increases the speed of combat while rushing into the heat of battle, unleashing powerful attacks against the Aragmi that await you.
“The Nintendo Switch opens up new ways to experience GOD EATER 3,” said Jackie Simmons, brand manager for BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. “The portability of the system means players can meet anytime anywhere to band together and bring down monstrous threats. The platform also enables players to take GOD EATER 3 on the road, so they’re never far from adventure and fun!”
As the upcoming release is still out, Bandai Namco has revealed a special set of pre-order items that Nintendo Switch owners can expect to get. The set includes Yuri and Estelle’s costumes from TALES OF VESPERIA: Definitive Edition.
GOD EATER 3 for Nintendo Switch will also receive exclusive pre-order items in the form of Yuri and Estelle costumes from TALES OF VESPERIA™: Definitive Edition. You can pre-order at participating retailers starting today.
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