Bandai Namco Entertainment began streaming two trailers on Monday for Super Robot Wars 30, the latest game in the long-running Super Robot Wars crossover strategy role-playing game series. The first video previews the game’s second DLC pack, and reveals that it will feature content from Ultraman, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, and Super Robot Wars OG. The second DLC pack will launch in December.
The company also streamed the game’s third trailer:
The game will launch on October 28 for the PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam in both Japan and Southeast Asia (in English).
The game’s intellectual properties include:
The last five titles are new to the franchise. Only the mecha from Z-MSV, M-MSV, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion III – Glorification, MazinKaiser Infinitism, and GaoGaiGar Final will be in the game.
The first DLC package will launch in November, and it will include units from the following intellectual properties:
The original male and female protagonists are:
Theme song: Ryūri no Yaiba ~sleeping beast~/Masaaki Endoh
Az Seinklaus voiced by Mai Aizawa
Theme song: Divine beast/M.A.R.Y.4 Tunes
Franchise mainstay Hajime Katoki designed the mecha Huckenbein 30:
Edge and Az will face a mystery enemy named Karleum Vaul (Yūichi Nakamura) in the mecha Gravalin, as designed by Masami Obari (Studio G-1 Neo):
Go Nagai designed the logo for the game.
A Premium Sound & Data Pack will be available for download with music from the original IP titles. (Previous games in the franchise offered physical editions with the music from the various IP titles.)
There will be two DLC sets this year, each with nine playable mecha (including two from the Super Robot Wars OG sub-franchise) and 13 missions. Players can purchase a season pass with early access to both DLC sets and two bonus missions. The “Ultra Limited Edition” will bundle a Metal Robot Damashii (Ka signature) Side OG figure of Huckenbein 30 and a serial code to download the original soundtrack.
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