New Bandai Namco game Synduality

Bandai Namco’s New Game Synduality Will Be a PvPvE Mech Shooter

Bandai Namco revealed a new third-person mecha shooter game titled Synduality at the September 2022 State of Play. This new game will have the player pilot a customizable mech called Cradle Coffin while being accompanied by an AI partner called Magus.

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The company describes Synduality as a PvPvE game. In a world where a poisonous rain forced humanity to live underground, players will have their own missions to gather AO Crystals by exploring the terrestrial surface and fending off hostile creatures. However, other players may also spawn on the same map and even fight against each other if their objectives clash.

Shortly after State of Play ended, Bandai Namco published its own website and trailer for Synduality. The new game will appear on not only PlayStation 5 but also Xbox Series X|S and PC. In addition, the company will hold a live stream dedicated to Synduality on the last day of Tokyo Game Show on September 18, 2022. This stream will fit into the mystery slot that Bandai Namco had in its TGS 2022 itinerary.

[tnm_video layout=”mnmd-post-media”]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOJk_IuzFjc[/tnm_video]

Through a new post on PlayStation.Blog, the game’s producer Yosuke Futami revealed that the Gundam series’ mechanical designer Ippei Gyoubu will design the Cradle Coffin mechs. Meanwhile, artist Neco will work on the character designs.

Synduality will be available for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam in 2023.


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