Gundam Breaker 4 Release Date Set Worldwide
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Gundam Breaker 4 Release Date Set Worldwide

Bandai Namco announced the Gundam Breaker 4 release date first in Japan during a showcase, then worldwide. It will appear in every region on August 29, 2024, and a physical launch edition and digital deluxe versions will appear.

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There will be two Digital Deluxe Editions for Gundam Breaker 4. Each one features early unlocks and additional parts. The Digital Deluxe includes five story mission packs with Gundams, the Gundam Breaker version of Gunbarrel Strike Gundam, and the Gundam Breaker 4 hero mobile suit. 15 suits from seven series, including Gundam Wing, Gundam SEED, and Gundam: The Witch from Mercury will be among the early unlocks. The Digital Ultimate Edition adds a Diorama Pack and its bonus easels and posters.

Here’s the official trailer that highlights the release date for Gundam Breaker 4. It starts with a little bit of battling, before getting into the customization elements. There are 11 areas that we can customize. The footage showed how areas like the Gunpla head, body, right arm, left arm, legs, and backpack can be changed around with base model kit parts. At the 34 mark, some of the Gundams that will appear show up. Aerial, from Gundam: The Witch from Mercury, will be among them.

Gundam Breaker 4 will come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam in North America, Japan, and Europe on August 29, 2024. 

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