God Eater 3 is Coming to the Nintendo Switch

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April 15, 2019

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Asia has today announced that monster hunting action game GOD EATER 3 will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on 12th July 2019 for Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia).

In a world ravaged by powerful beasts known as Aragami, God Eaters are the last hope of humanity, wielding fantastic God Arcs capable of destroying the monsters. Now on the Nintendo Switch players can tackle these beasts head-on anytime and anywhere.

In GOD EATER 3, players can create their own character and customise their fighting style with a huge array of God Arcs to wield or techniques to learn. Those that choose to take on the Aragami will be able to team with CPU controlled allies or in a group of eight players online. Players can also play with up to three friends locally, with four connected Nintendo Switch consoles.

 

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