God Eater 2 Rage Burst, God Eater Resurrection Trailers And Details Released

Leading up to the release this August for the PC, PS Vita and PS4, Bandai Namco let loose a couple of new trailers for both God Eater 2 Rage Burst and God Eater: Resurrection.

The two trailers cover the stories for both games, with God Eater: Resurrection taking place three years prior to the events of God Eater 2 Rage Burst. We learn that humans and the monster gods are at war and a lot of people are losing their lives in the wake of the destruction. Various friends and rivals come together to strategically face off against the god monsters in a bid to save humanity. You can check out the trailer for God Eater: Resurrection below.

GOD EATER: Resurrection – Story Trailer | PS4, Vita, PC

“And we stand defiant” Let us know what you think about this trailer for the Story for GOD EATER: Resurrection. GOD EATER: Resurrection will be launching on 6/28 and GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst will be launching on 8/30! Acquire exclusive Anime based costumes in GOD EATER 2: Rage Burst with the Day 1 Edition.

God Eater: Resurrection will arrive on Steam, the PS4 and PS Vita at the start of the summer on June 28th later this year. It will be followed shortly thereafter with God Eater 2 Rage Burst on August 30th, further into the summer, still for the aforementioned platforms. The PS4 will have a limited day-one edition available that eager games can pre-order from over on the official God Eater website.

The second video comes courtesy of Gematsu, featuring gameplay from God Eater 2 Rage Burst, which features a brand new storyline and some new characters joining the fight. You can check out the two minute gameplay video below.

God Eater 2: Rage Burst – Blood Rage Gameplay

https://gematsu.com/tag/god-eater-2-rage-burst https://gematsu.com/gallery/god-eater-2-rage-burst God Eater 2: Rage Burst —————————————- Platforms: PlayStation 4, PS Vita, PC Publisher: Bandai Namco Developer: Shift

Essentially, if you’re a fan of Monster Hunter games, then these two titles will be right smack dab up your alley. The team-based combat and charge gauges with the combination of organically dynamic weapons help separate Bandai’s hack-and-slash action title from Capcom’s iconic monster hunting series.

The movements and combat in the game look sleek, and the J-Rock transformations is a nice little touch.

The HUD is definitely something to get used to, but the overall gameplay looks good.

You can look for both titles to arrive throughout the summer for the PS4, PS Vita and PC. For more info feel free to visit the official website.


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