SD Gundam Battle Alliance Mobile Suits

SD Gundam Battle Alliance Will Have Mobile Suits From 25 Different Series

SD Gundam Battle Alliance will have Mobile Suits and pilots from 25 different Gundam series. The announcement trailer revealed that SD Gundam Battle Alliance would be something of a crossover. Now, more information has been revealed regarding how players will be able to strengthen their Mobile Suits in the game. Additionally, SD Gundam Battle Alliance will feature multiplayer play, allowing up to three players to take on various missions together. [Thanks, ryokutya2089!]

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While a plethora of Mobile Suits will be available to select from in SD Gundam Battle Alliance, the full list has yet to be disclosed. The announcement trailer did show that Mobile Suits from Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans and Gundam SeeD would appear in the title. That said, a bit of information regarding the overarching narrative of the title is now available.

This entry in the series will feature a unique story. The player will work to restore the break in the timeline. However, some missions will follow events that occurred within each respective Gundam series.

Players will obtain new Mobile Suits through progression, and mission rewards will strengthen them. Players will be able to further strengthen their Mobile Suit by breaking its level cap. Additionally, equipping a Mobile Suit with parts will increase its overall stats.

SD Gundam Battle Alliance will launch for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC sometime in 2022.

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