Bandai Namco recently dropped a bombshell by announcing the upcoming release of Gundam Breaker 4 for the Nintendo Switch and other platforms. This latest installment in the popular series is set to hit the shelves worldwide in 2024 and promises to revolutionize the way players can create and deploy their own customized Gundams in battle.

Gundam Breaker 4 boasts an impressive array of features that allow players to create their “ultimate” Gundam. With over 250 base kits to choose from, the game offers the largest variety of mobile suits and parts ever seen in a Gundam Breaker title. Players can mix and match parts to personalize their Gunpla and equip new skills acquired from defeated enemies, resulting in endless customization possibilities.

Leading up to the official release, Bandai Namco has announced closed network tests in Japan scheduled for 15th and 17th March. These tests will include a “visual lobby” where up to 24 players can gather, an online multiplayer mode allowing for three units to team up, and the ability to customize 20 different units. Additionally, a recent broadcast in Japan showcased more than 25 minutes of gameplay footage, giving fans a sneak peek at what’s to come.

One of the most intriguing aspects revealed in the broadcast is the Diorama Mode, which allows players to collect, pose, and display their customized creations. This feature adds a whole new dimension to the game, giving players the opportunity to showcase their unique Gundams in a virtual gallery.

Overall, Gundam Breaker 4 looks set to redefine the Gundam gaming experience with its innovative customization options and engaging gameplay. Fans of the series can look forward to getting their hands on this highly anticipated title in 2024 and unleashing their creativity in the world of Gunpla customization. Stay tuned for more updates and be sure to join the excitement when Gundam Breaker 4 hits the shelves.


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