God Eater 3 Gets First 1080p Screenshots Showing Protagonist, New Aragami and World

Bandai Namco shows off the first 1080p direct feed screenshots of its upcoming mainline God Eater game, God Eater 3.

on October 13, 2017 5:39 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released the first direct feed 1080p screenshots of the upcoming mainline God Eater game God Eater 3.

The screenshots showcase a variety of Aragami enemies, including one that can change its stance between bipedal and quadruped, also radically altering its attack patterns.

We also get to see a new God Arc (the main weapon used by the God Eaters), and the new protagonist. He has a few mysterious traits, the most interesting of which is the damaged Fenrir insignia on his outfit.

Several battle scenes are also showcased, on top of a look on the game’s environments, which will be cmopletely new. The game will in fact change locations from the Far East Branch to the area around Fenrir HQ.

You can enjoy the full gallery below (which debuted on Weekly Famitsu earlier this week, even if the quality wasn’t nearly as good, of course), and if you want to see more you can check out the announcements for the Americas and Europe.

Incidentally, God Eater 3 isn’t the only game in development for the series, as a mobile JRPG set four years afer God Eater 2: Rage Burst is also coming.

At the moment, we haven’t heard a release date or even a window, and we don’t know the platforms it’ll be released on, besides the vague “home consoles”.  The game’s development is only 30% complete, so it’s probably a long way off.

 /  Executive News Editor
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