Gundam Breaker 3 screenshots introduce SD Zero Gundam, Strike Liubei Gundam, more

Plus, details on Gundam Breaker 2 save data importing.

Bandai Namco has released screenshots of the recently confirmed SD Gundam BB Senshi support units set to appear in Gundam Breaker 3, as well as details on the game’s Gundam Breaker 2 save data import and an additional first-print bonus.

Get the full overview below.

Maryukenshi Zero Gundam

Gundam Breaker 3

Ryuuhou Strike Liubei Gundam

Gundam Breaker 3

Nidaime Gundam Daishogun

Gundam Breaker 3

Versal Knight Gundam

Gundam Breaker 3

Gundam Breaker 2 Save Data Import

If have save data for Gundam Breaker 2, you can import it into Gundam Breaker 3.

  1. Your final Mobile Suit parts configuration from Gundam Breaker 2 will become an early Mobile Suit in Gundam Breaker 3.
  2. Depending on how far you progressed in Gundam Breaker 2, you’ll add more starting GP.

(Coloring will revert to default. The imported parts will become “HG Lv1.” You won’t be able to use your Gundam Breaker 2 final Mobile Suit’s weapon during the first mission, but you will still own it. Even if you don’t import the data from the start of the game, you can just once obtain the previous game’s final Mobile Suit parts afterwards via the in-game shop. In the case of PS Vita, you can choose either memory card data or uploaded cross-save data. In the case of PlayStation 4, you can choose only uploaded data.)

First-Print Bonus

Gundam Breaker 3

First-print bonus copies include a product code to download Gundam Barbatos 3rd Form for use in the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 free-to-play game Gundam Battle Operation NEXT.

Gundam Breaker 3 is the latest entry in Bandai Namco’s Crafts & Meister-developed Gundam plastic model (Gunpla) fighting game. It is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on March 3.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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