Synduality Echo of Ada Tokyo Game Show Trailer Released

As part of Bandai Namco’s showcase at last week’s Tokyo Game Show in Japan, mech fans were able to take a look into the ravaged world of Amasia with the latest trailer for Synduality Echo of Ada.

The world of Synduality Echo of Ada is a bleak one. Taking place in the far off year of 2222, the events of this title occur years after a mysterious poisonous rain dubbed “The Tears of the New Moon” eradicated most of humanity.

A PvPvE shooter, Synduality will have players take control of mech pilots known as Drifters. These Drifters collect rare AO crystals, piloting Cradle Coffin mechs with an AI partner known as a Magus. Not only do Magus provide unique combat abilities, they also provide directions, hints, and warnings that help Drifters successfully navigate ruins in order to survive and keep their hard-earned loot.

The latest trailer, which can be seen below, has Drifter Alba and Magus Ada take the spotlight. Also featured is the doctor Dothan Kuze, who saved Alba after being held captive in Amasia.

SYNDUALITY Echo of Ada – Amasia Investigation Trailer

Bandai Namco Entertainment America is also allowing people to follow the conversation with the #SYNDUALITY hashtag on social media. A fairly new Twitter/X handle has also been created late last year to keep mech fans updated on the official happenings around the game – all those interested can follow the account via the link here.

As of September 18, the team stated on this account that they will have more updates around the game soon. You can see the official post below:

Synduality Echo of Ada will make its way to the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. A release date has yet to be announced.

Source: Press Release
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