Bandai Namco Group unveiled a model new teaser video and visual for Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury (Kidō Senshi Gundam: Suisei no Majo), the first new Gundam television anime assortment in seven years, all through its Gundam Conference on Tuesday. The video reveals the anime’s protagonist, the first ever “female hero”” in a main Gundam television anime assortment, in addition to her mobile swimsuit, the Gundam Aerial.

(Note: The video above is restricted to Japan.)

The conference moreover revealed a prequel problem for the anime titled Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury Prologue. Bandai Namco described the prequel as a full-fledged problem which will operate its private story and mobile matches, along with the Gundam Lfrith (first image underneath) and Beguir-Beu (second image underneath).

The prologue problem will debut this summer season, and may debut first on the Gundam Factory Yokohama (the positioning of the life-size transferring Gundam statue), the life-size Gundam Unicorn statue in Tokyo’s Odaiba, the life-size Freedom Gundam statue in Shanghai, the life-size RX-93ffν Gundam statue in Fukuoka, and the upcoming Gundam Base Virtual World in Bandai Namco Group’s deliberate Gundam Metaverse problem. The problem will then debut in events in Japan and world vast at a later date.

High Grade 1/144-scale fashions for the three newly revealed mobile matches are already in manufacturing.

Koji Fujiwara, Bandai Namco Entertainment‘s Chief Gundam Officer, acknowledged on the “Dai 2-kai Gundam Conference” event ultimate September when the anime was first launched, “We are aiming to create a work that even young generations will support.” He added, “We are making bigger developments than ever before.”

The assortment could be the primary brand-new television anime assortment in the franchise since Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans. The first season premiered in October 2015 and aired for 25 episodes, and the second season premiered in October 2016 and likewise aired for 25 episodes.

The anime will premiere in October in the course of the Nichi-5 slot on Sundays at 5:00 p.m. JST (4:00 a.m. EDT/3:00 a.m. EST) on MBS/TBS‘ neighborhood of stations.


Source: Gundam Conference, Press launch