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God Eater 3 Shows New Character and Burst Arts in New Screenshots

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God Eater 3 Shows New Character and Burst Arts in New Screenshots

Today Bandai Namco released a large gallery of screenshots of the upcoming JRPG God Eater 3.

First of all, we get to see a story mission that will happen on board the Chrysanthemum landship. The owner of the caravan will tell the heroes that the transport carrying a high-sensitivity radar required to navigate the Ashlands has been lost. The first step in achieving their shared goals will be to help the caravan along the route.

Caravans like the one led by the Chrysanthemum are gradually restoring the old routes in the Ashlands, Securing the safety of the caravan will be a primary objective by securing navigation waypoint to progress towards the destination.

We also meet a new character, named Fim. She is a mysterious girl that the heroes will encounter while working on reopening the trade routes mentioned above. She has a horn protruding from her forehead (obviously, she is Venom Snake’s daughter), and meeting her will trigger important story developments.

Last, but certainly not least, we get to see a ton of screenshots showcasing the Burst Arts that we’ll be able to use in the game.

You can enjoy the screenshots in the gallery below. If you want to see more, you can also check out the trailer showcased at Tokyo Game Show

God Eater 3 will release for PS4 and PC on December 13th in Japan. We already have a launch date for North America and Europe, on February 8th.

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