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God Eater 3 to Feature Dual Audio

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Players will be able to enjoy Bandai Namco’s God Eater 3 in either English or Japanese, thanks to its dual audio support.

To go alongside this news, the development team has released some new images for the game. The game’s anime-inspired aesthetic is shown off, as is the larger-than-life Ash Aragami players will have to overcome.

God Eater 3 Screenshots

God Eater 3 features God Eaters that use “God Arcs,” which are living weapons which incorporate Oracle cells. Urban civilization has collapsed, and these God Eaters must take down the Aragami. Certain Aragami from previous entries are powered-up in this release, including Sariel, Hannibal, Marduk, Vajra, and Chrome Gawain. The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 and PC in 2019.

Source: Press Release
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