God Eater 3 Gets New 1080p Screenshots Showing New Heroine, Aragami, and Bullet Editing
God Eater 3 for PS4 and PC showcases its new heroine Lulu Balan, the deadly aragami Gouzou, and the brand new bullet editing feature.
Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new gallery of screenshots and artwork of the upcoming JRPG God Eater 3.
First of all, we get to see the new female character Lulu Balan, voiced by Ayaka Nanase.
She is an Adaptive God Eater (AGE) from the port named Balan, and the heroes will encounter her in the ashlands. She is an user of the Accel Trigger, a battle support system developed by Balan, which excels in keeping in check enemies with high mobility.
She has been an AGE since a young age, and she has taken part in many harsh missions since then.
Balan is a center of research and development related to the ashes and the AGE. As a port, it’s famous for industry and commerce. Its technicians are so skilled that they’re often subcontracted to develop new equipment for other ports. Yet, they’re often accused to conduct dangerous experiments that exert a big influence on the surrounding ashlands.
We also get to see the new aragami Gouzou, a floating armored monster that can perform deadly long-range attacks. While it appeared in the ashlands, it’s believed that its adaptation to the ashes is still in progress. It can morph into two different forms. One is highly defensive, shielded by its armor, and one highly offensive by opening it. When in the defensive form it can deploy a shield that can negate ranged attacks. In offensive form it can launch powerful artillery attacks.
Last, but not least, we get to see bullet editing, a feature that lets you freely customize your ammo by combining parts called “modules.” You can change trajectory, power, and much more. The module composition also determines the value of each bullet, and this influences the number that can be carried into battle.
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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