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God Eater 3 Version 2.50 update available

God Eater 3 Version 2.50 update available

Those of you who personal the action-packed God Eater 3 can be happy to listen to that the content material packed Version 2.50 replace is now accessible on the Nintendo Switch system. Reading the patch notes it looks like a stable replace to an already nice sport with new missions added and a few steadiness changes. You can learn the complete patch notes, beneath.

Standard Missions

  • Added new missions to the “Extra” part (that includes new Aragami “Ashwrought Balmung Regalia”).

Extra Episodes

  • Added new episodes to “Traversing the Past” (Ein).

Certification Missions

  • Added new Certification Missions (47 to 50).

Time Attack Missions

  • Added new Time Attack Missions (EX27 to EX30).

Special Missions

  • Added new missions to the “Requests from Gleipnir” part.
  • Added new missions to the “Challenge to the Hounds” part.

Crimson Asland Missions

  • Added new Crimson Ashland Missions the place ash anomalies always shift and alter.

Abandoned God Arcs

  • Added Abandoned God Arcs with new expertise. (These could be obtained from sure extremely tough missions.)

Avatar Additions

  • Added new objects for the Accessory A slot.
    • Oden Sandwich
    • Anubis Gold
    • Silver Tiara
    • Golden Crown
    • *Certain objects have to be unlocked by fulfilling sure situations.
  • Added new objects for the Accessory B slot.
    • Mustache
  • Added new outfits.
    • Male
      • Noble Tango
      • Noble Waltz
      • Noble Ballet
      • Noble Bolero
      • Pennywort School
      • Chrysanthemum Academy
      • Gleipnir Institute
      • Dusty Miller Prep
      • Crimson Queen Tech
    • Female
      • Noble Tango
      • Noble Waltz
      • Noble Ballet
      • Noble Bolero
      • Pennywort School
      • Chrysanthemum Academy
      • Gleipnir Institute
      • Dusty Miller Prep
      • Crimson Queen Tech

Balance Adjustments

  • Changed the Burst Plugin “Combo Master” to help the next combos:
    • “Zero Stance –> Square, Triangle Combo” with Long Blade
    • “Aerial Attack –> Dive –> Aerial Attack” with all God Arcs

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed numerous points to supply a greater gaming expertise.


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