Mobile Suit Gundam Arsenal Base

Mobile Suit Gundam Arsenal Base Announced with Arcade Machines to Arrive in 2021

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Bandai announced a new Mobile Suit Gundam arcade cabinet through the release of a teaser website. Mobile Suit Gundam Arsenal Base is a new real-time strategy card game that will take form through arcade cabinets. The expected release date is sometime within 2021, however a specific window has not been specified as of yet. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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At present, the only information currently available is through the official Twitter and the teaser website. Both of which are fairly scarce. However, the teaser website does provide a silhouette for the cabinet itself, and provides a small look at the machine. The official Twitter account for Mobile Suit Gundam Arsenal Base mentions that more information about the upcoming title will be released sometime in early March.

In other Mobile Suit Gundam related news, Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2 will now feature English voice acting, along with DualSense support for its PlayStation 5 version. Other general updates will be added to the game as well. Additionally, those who got the jump start on PlayStation 4 will be able to transfer their save data to the PlayStation 5 version. The PlayStation 5 version of the game will also feature improved loading times.

Mobile Suit Gundam Arsenal Base will release to Japanese arcades in 2021.


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