Gear Up for Intense Battles in Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2, Out Tomorrow

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Gear Up for Intense Battles in Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2, Out Tomorrow

Engage in 6v6 battles in Bandai Namco's free-to-play team battle action game.

Pilots, get ready —
Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2
releases tomorrow! The time has come to jump into the Gundam of your choice and test your skills as a Mobile Suit pilot. In this free-to-play team battle action game, you can explore dynamic space and land environments and go head-to-head with other players in exciting multiplayer battles.

With various modes of gameplay and an impressive collection of Mobile Suits to choose from, you can experience action-packed combat with friends online!

Squad Up in 6v6 Online Battles

Coordinate strategic strikes or go for an all-out barrage of attacks with fellow Mobile Suit pilots around the world. With teams of up to six people, you can explore different realistic battlefields on land and in space. With a variety of different terrains like canyons, deserts, mountains, and space, you’ll learn how to adapt to each environment and crush the enemy. Strive for victory to be the last team standing.

Switch Between Infantry or Mobile Suits With Ease

Need to get into a smaller area to leave a bomb at an enemy base? Try hopping out of your Mobile suit to nimbly navigate the battlefield as an infantry unit. Backed into a corner? Request supporting fire to assist you in your escape. See an enemy Gundam approach while you’re still on foot in Infantry mode? Hop back into your Mobile Suit and prepare for battle. While Mobile Suits are powerful mechs to use for many battles and exploration, some tasks are best handled on foot. Remember to switch between the best mode for your goals and scenario!

Collect and Customize Your Mobile Suit

Take your Development Points from each battle to improve your Mobile Suit’s abilities and enhance it with various cosmetic customizations. Try upgrades like boosting your speed, powering up you cannons, and strengthening your armor to become even stronger. With a sizable selection of Mobile Suits from all over the Gundam universe, you’ll be able to curate and expand your Mobile Suit collection with ease.

Meet With Friends (or Enemies) at the Base Camp

Take a break between battles and meet with players from around the world in the online lobby at the Base Camp. In the Base Camp neutral area, you’ll be able to make battle preparations and freely explore the site and people around camp. Upgrade your Mobile Suit and max it out to its highest potential.

Constantly Evolving and Growing

Enjoy an ever-evolving experience with an expansive rotation of Mobile Suits, stages, clothing, and events. Look forward to exciting future updates with the arrival of Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2 in the West, exclusively on PS4!

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  • Looks interesting.

  • Me and my friend downloaded the game through a Japanese Account a week ago to try it. He actually got a few good mechs through drops and wants to know if his stuff can transfer over to this version.
    Can it or no?

  • This game is genuinely awful. The meta revolves solely around who has the quicker bazooka shot. The rock, paper, scissor “class” category is nothing but a lame attempt at making units “unique” and giving them a “role”. Five minutes in and you’ll probably be able to tell what unit you’re going to use for the rest of the game.

    • The bazooka meta is definitely irritating.

      But it’s hardly insurmountable.

      And if you made your decision after five minutes you didn’t really play.

      I’ve got over 700 matches in the Japanese version and I’m still trying new suits and tweaking builds and whatnot.

  • Been playing the Japanese version since day one, fun game! The grind is really annoying if you care about getting specific suits, but if you’re not obsessed with getting that one MS it’s not a big deal. I ran the starter mech for my first fifty matches just to get used to the handling! Because you’re driving a building-sized mecha, the things you do take more time than if you were just a person running around like in your usual shooters. The delay between what you input and what your mobile suit does takes getting used to, but once you start getting your timing down the game becomes very rewarding, at least in my opinion (after 700+ matches).

    • TO BE CLEAR: it’s definitely got the usual free-to-play gacha game baggage, but it’s worth playing, especially if you like mecha, ESPECIALLY-especially if you’re a fan of Gundam’s Universal Century timeline.

  • When will it be available in North America (Mountain standard) exactly? Cant wait to play!

  • The news says this game comes out today, but I can’t find it anywhere on PS Store. Can someone please help?

  • It’s out.

  • Gave it a fair 2 hours… obnoxious japanese tutorial where you get complimented for moving forward and invited to look at a loading screen before getting complimented for moving the camera and send you to another loading screen. And the sudden explosion of menus/submenus with no indications…

    Ignoring menus/training… the game has interesting concept, you can get off the mecha to repair during battle. But the movement would have more sense if the battles were under water…. so damn slow! And yes… the cannon spamming is ridiculous…

  • One thing I can say is that you really need friends in this game if you want to win. 70% of the time I get paired with people who have no clue on what teamwork is. : ( I also don’t like having maxed level players joining games. Releasing for global you would not expect to have these high level players right at the start.

  • The game has a lot of potential, fun to play. I wish there was a story board for solo mission play. Sometimes the match up are bad. You shouldn’t let new players into the same matches as high skilled players. The ranking system needs to be improved. There are some very skilled players who don’t do rank matches and just kill everyone. Maybe player level and avg score for 20 games in unranked for pairing instead of ranked score

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