Gundam Breaker 4 Game’s Trailer Reveals Open Network Test in July

Bandai Namco Entertainment America streamed a brand new gameplay trailer for the Gundam Breaker 4 sport on Tuesday, and it reveals an Open Community Check for Nintendo Swap, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4 between July 18-20. The check coincides with the eleventh anniversary of the sport collection.

Gamers collaborating within the check will be capable of use their distinctive Gunpla creations as their avatars within the multiplayer foyer.

The sport launches for Swap, PS5, PS4, and PC by way of Steam worldwide on August 29.

The sport is getting a Digital Deluxe Version, which incorporates early unlocks to components from 15 “hero” cellular fits spanning totally different Gundam collection, 5 story mission packs, the Gundam Breaker 4 hero cellular go well with, and the Gunbarrel Strike Gundam (GUNDAM BREAKER Ver.). There can even be a Digital Final Version, which incorporates all the pieces within the Digital Deluxe Version and a Diorama Pack. Lastly, the sport is getting a Collector’s Version that features a bodily mannequin package of the Gunbarrel Strike Gundam, a 45-song digital soundtrack, and a steelbook. There will probably be bodily variations of the sport for PS5 and Swap.

The Gundam Breaker sport collection permits gamers to take numerous real-life Gundam mannequin kits and use components from the kits to create their personalised cellular go well with. Gamers can then take their customized cellular go well with and combat different gamers or play cooperative situations.

Bandai Namco Leisure launched the primary sport for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in October 2013, adopted by Gundam Breaker 2 for PS3 and PS Vita in December 2014. The Gundam Breaker 3 sport shipped for the PS4 and PS Vita in Japan in March 2016, and the sport received an English launch in Southeast Asia in April 2016.

The New Gundam Breaker game launched worldwide in June 2018 for the PS4 and later for PC.

The Gundam Breaker Cell sport launched for iOS and Android units in July 2019. The sport ended service in June 2023.

Sources: Bandai Namco America’s YouTube channel, press launch