Gundam Evolution Marasai Exia Trailer

Gundam Evolution Trailer Shows Exia and Marasai in Action

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Bandai Namco has released a new Gundam Evolution trailer, which gives viewers a glimpse into how Gundam Exia and the Mobile Suit Marasai will play. Both Exia and Marasai will be available to play during the scheduled closed network test for PC. The trailer also details what skills and weapons Gundam Exia and Marasai will have as part of their individual arsenals. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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The Mobile Suit Marasai will have access to the Fedayeen Rifle and will be able to use the Sea Snake (Shock) skill. The video demonstrates how players can use the Fedayeen Rifle to take out targets from a distance. Meanwhile, the Sea Snake (Shock) skill can be thrown across the area to paralyze enemies for a short period of time.

However, Gundam Exia is more melee-focused. The main weapon for Exia will be the GN Beam Dagger, and its special skill is the Trans-Am system. That said, Exia is still capable of throwing projectiles at enemies. Additionally, Exia can dash long distances to attack enemy players with the GN Beam Dagger. Activating the Trans-Am system increases Exia’s melee potential and allows for it to move with increased agility.

You can watch the Gundam Evolution Exia and Marasai trailer below.

Previously, Bandai Namco shared other details about Gundam Evolution. That included the reveal that a total of 12 mobile suits will be available at launch.

Gundam Evolution will release worldwide for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC in 2022. A closed network test on PC is scheduled to occur from April 8, 2022 to April 12, 2022.

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