God Eater 3 Reveals New Heroine, New Aragami, and More with Screenshots on Famitsu

God Eater 3 was featured on the Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu revealing a new heroine named Claire Victorious, a new aragami and more.

on May 30, 2018 3:47 PM

Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included a spread on the upcoming action-JRPG God Eater 3, coming with new screenshots and information.

First of all, we get to see a new heroine, named Claire Victorious, specialized in first aid and support. She has a very serious “honor student” disposition. She is voiced by Haruka Tomatsu, who previously lent her voice to Haru in Persona 5, and Aliasse in Valkyria Chronicles 2.

A new giant aragami named Nuaza is also revealed, able to attack its enemies with a mass of tentacles when it’s in Burst state. On top of that, we get to see the “Dive” action that can be used to attack while closing distance with the enemies. The Burst Arts can be used to perform special attacks and customized with the Burst Art Effects equipped on weapons.

You can check out the gallery below, keeping in mind that the screenshots come from magazine scans, so the quality is far from perfect.

If you want to see more, you can also enjoy a recent batch of direct-feed screenshots, and some footage showing gameplay from an event held in Tokyo a few weeks ago.

God Eater 3 will release in Japan and in the west this year for PS4 and PC. The PS4 version can be pre-ordered via Amazon.

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