Bandai Namco Entertainment launched on Friday that its Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2 sport will get a launch on Steam this 12 months. Bandai Namco Entertainment Southeast Asia is streaming a video for the game’s upcoming neighborhood check out, which may start on April 15.


Bandai Namco Entertainment moreover launched the release of its Gundam Navi App app for iOS and Android. The app collates Gundam-related data, and likewise permits prospects to watch official films and browse a database for characters, anime, or cell matches throughout the franchise.

Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2 is a sequel to the Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation and Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation Next video video games.

Bandai Namco Entertainment launched the free-to-play sport on the PlayStation 4 in Japan in July 2018. The sport then launched in English for the PS4 digitally in October 2019. The sport launched for PlayStation 5 in January 2021.

Bandai Namco Entertainment America describes the game:

Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2 builds on the critically acclaimed land-based struggle of its predecessor and takes the 6v6 movement up a notch with all-new space-based battles. Infantry battles add a model new dimension to the in-game struggle, giving pilots the pliability to take part throughout the wrestle alongside mechas, inserting bombs in enemy bases or requesting assist fireplace to help decide the results of the battle. Additionally, customizable Mobile Suits present avid gamers the possibility to spice up their favorite mecha by the use of Development Points earned in battle.

The Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation Code Fairy sport for PS5 and PS4 launched digitally on November 5 with the first amount. The second and third volumes launched on November 19 and December 3, respectively. Each amount includes 5 episodes. The single-player movement sport relies on Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation 2.

Sources: Famitsu.com, Bandai Namco Entertainment Southeast Asia’s YouTube (*2*)


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