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SD Gundam G Generations Cross Rays Gets Expansion Pack DLC And Two Free Updates

Bandai Namco announced that SD Gundam G Generations Cross Rays is getting a brand new paid Expansion Pack DLC that’s separate from the present Season Pass. It additionally detailed two waves of free updates that add additional options for each participant to take pleasure in.

Free Update 1

SD Gundam G Generations Cross Rays Gets Expansion Pack DLC And Two Free Updates

The first free replace provides the flexibility to fast-forward battle animations with Square/Y/an assigned button relying in your platform. Additionally, for individuals who use the sport’s BGM Edit characteristic on PS4 or PC, you’re now capable of assign particular BGMs to play when your Tension is excessive. You’ll additionally be capable to change the primary menu and the Dispatch Mission menu BGMs, and assign map BGMs by collection.

Next, different config choices will probably be added, like altering the locations Save and Loa are in, altering the affirm and again buttons, and extra.

SD Gundam G Generations Cross Rays Gets Expansion Pack DLC And Two Free Updates

A brand new Dispatch Mission will even be launched free of charge, including some particular skills to provide to your characters like like Super Coordinator, True Innovator, and extra. The Dispatch Mission is concentrated round acquiring legacy BGMs from earlier SD Gundam G Generation video games, as seen under:

Some are reused wholesale from previous video games, whereas some have acquired new preparations for SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays.

 

Free Update 2

SD Gundam G Generations Cross Rays Gets Expansion Pack DLC And Two Free Updates

Two new customized character appearances will probably be added for every gender, in addition to two new voice choices every for girls and boys respectively. Additionally, the sport will pull a Disgaea and convey the extent cap for characters from Lv99 to Lv999.

 

Expansion Pack

SD Gundam G Generations Cross Rays Gets Expansion Pack DLC And Two Free Updates

SD Gundam G Generations Cross Rays Gets Expansion Pack DLC And Two Free Updates

The newly-announced Expansion Pack will add much more content material to Cross Rays, together with a brand new Inferno Mode issue that’s meant for use alongside the Lv999 replace, in addition to new Option Parts and Character Abilities. Five new difficult levels (seen above) will probably be added with the Expansion Pack, with the fifth stage unlocking after beating the opposite 4 levels.

SD Gundam G Generations Cross Rays Gets Expansion Pack DLC And Two Free Updates

Four returning models and characters from previous unique G Generation video games return with this Expansion Pack, and the workers implied that they’ll be enemies within the 5 new levels. However, when you clear their quests, you’ll be capable to use them.

The characters are:

  • Aplodia
  • Amelias
  • Code Amelias
  • Code Phoenix

Meanwhile, they pilot the models under respectively:

  • Halphas Gundam
  • Halphas Böse
  • Halphas Böse (Halberd Attachment)
  • Master Phoenix

Here’s a have a look at some assault animations that includes the models and characters under:

SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays is on the market for the PC worldwide. It can also be obtainable on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation Four in Asia. No launch dates have been detailed for the Expansion Pack or free updates. Check out Dispatch Mission 4 here.

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