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New Gundam Breaker Release On PC Confirmed by Bandai Namco, Available Next Week Via Steam

New Gundam Breaker

After the confirmation of New Gundam Breaker back in March 2018, nothing big came out about the game. Later on, in June 2018, the game was delayed just a few weeks ahead of its official release. But, today, Bandai Namco has announced that the game will finally make a debut on 25th September 2018.


The publisher further revealed that the game will be available via Steam for PC. All the current PlayStation 4 updates will also be included in the package. These updates will also include the new gunplay, improved camera, motion performance, multiplayer options, and enhanced radio chat options.

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In addition, fans will be treated to two new battlefields: student boardroom, and the classroom. Not only that, but Bandai Namco also announced that all the future updates for the game will be absolutely free. So fans are in for a double treat this time.

New Gundam Breaker is announced but there is no specific price tag out for the game. Also, the game isn’t listed on Steam yet. Hopefully, it’ll get listed soon and fans will get to know about its price. The PS4 version of the game is priced at $40. Fans can download it from the Bandai Namco store. It is widely speculated that the game will be offered on PC for the same price.

All those fans who’ve been waiting for the new Gundam Breaker to come out on PC will definitely have a chance to get their hands dirty. Not to mention all the previous and new updates and all the other stuff that’s being offered with the game makes it money well spent.

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At the moment, there’s only this much info out about the new Gundam Breaker. As soon as new information comes out and the final prices are released, we’ll definitely get back to you. So, stay tuned and stay hungry.

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