PS4 Exclusive Gundam Versus’ Beta Registrations Open; Dates, Details and Screenshots Revealed

Bandai Namco opens registrations for the Ps4 closed beta of Gundam Versus scheduled for Japan.

on February 16, 2017 2:48 AM

Today Bandai Namco opened registration for the closed beta of its upcoming Gundam battle game Gundam Versus.

Registrations will be available until February 28th, and in order to register all you need to do is to grab a ticket from the Japanese PlayStation Store.

The closed beta will be split in three phases, on March 10th, March 18th and March 19th. Each phase will last only three hours, from 7 to 10 PM Japan time. Each phase will include twenty playable mobile suits, and a total of 38 will be playable through the whole beta.

The following four modes will be available: Player Match, Ultimate Battle, Trial Battle, Free Battle. Details about each mode will be made available at a later time.

If there are too many registered participants, Bandai Namco will select beta testers via lottery, and will deliver the beta codes via the mail linked to the PSN account used to register. Download will be made available starting on March 9th.

In order to access registration and the beta, you’ll need to use a Japanese PSN account. If you don’t have one, you’ll be able to create and maintain it by following our handy guide. Incidentally, make sure to do the final step about receiving marketing mail, as Bandai Namco mentioned explicitly that it’s required to receive the beta code.

Below you can also check out new screenshots showing three mobile suits, Gundam Exia, V2 Gundam and Union Flag Custom. You can also find more screenshots here.

 /  Executive News Editor
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