Gods Eater Burst Sees Its Final DLC Update In Japan

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After a flurry of DLC being released for Gods Eater Burst, the official blog has announced that the latest DLC, ver. 1.5, will be the final batch of content released for the game in Japan. This update includes two new costumes, new Aragami, and new challenge missions. 


There is one addition to the wardrobes of each gender. Both costumes are collaborations with anime franchises. The one for guys comes from the Japanese anime store, Animate, character series, Anime Tenchou. The basis for the costume, Meito Anizawa, is the owner of the Ikebukuro Animate main store. He supports all who love anime, and in this game, he supports Gods Eater Burst as well with his enthusiasm. His design was done by popular manga artist, Kazuhiko Shimamoto.


The girl is from Mahou Shoujo Madoka★ Magica. Kaname Madoka is the protagonist of the anime series. As the blog puts it, “Decimate the world’s Aragami with your overwhelming magic power! Link-Aid your partners when they’re running low on strength! We hope you use this and fight like Madoka would!”


In addition, two Aragami (pictured above) are added to the roster for players to defeat. “Yaksha” is the god of the Earth in Indian mythology, and “Yaksha Raja” means “the King of the Yaksha.” The Yaksha Raja sports two huge claws emerging from its shoulders, and it also has the gun mounted on its right arm that the lesser Yaksha have as well.


These two are not based off any previously existing Aragami; their design and bone structure were designed completely from scratch.


Lastly, because this is the final update, some extra challenging special missions are included for the valiant looking for a difficult time. One of these seems to be called “Soulmate,” and when it’s cleared, you unlock the two previously-described costumes.


The DLC ver. 1.5 is set to go up on June 30, although this date will be flexible due to the continuous restoration of the PlayStation Network and PlayStation Store.

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