Like the game it is based on, Gundam Breaker: Battlogue has everything you know and love about Gundam. Awesome large-scale battles, new complicated weapons, and obviously the mechas.
The upcoming anime is part of a mixed media project which integrates the original game and a new line of mechas, some of which will be exclusive to the US.
With the Battlogue chapter already appearing in the game earlier this month, the anime now has a release date.
The official website for Gundam Breaker: Battlogue anime has announced the series’ October 19, 2021 premiere.
The six-episode series will be available worldwide on the Gundam.info website, with new episodes coming out every Tuesday at 21:30 JST.
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The new short film “Gundam Breaker Batlog” of all 6 episodes is
Distribution starts every Tuesday from 21:30 on 10/19 on “Gundam Channel”
#ガンダムブレイカーモバイル Then, the day before the story is being released
Please take a look before the main anime is distributed!
The website has also revealed the theme for the anime “Breaking Blazing”, which will be performed by Mr. FanTastiC.
The line of high-grade models is yet to be released but is expected to come out with the release of the anime. The new mechas will also be available in the game very soon.
The anime’s story revolves around Satsukino Misa, who is an average Gundam enthusiast who finds fascinated after watching the finals of the Gunpla Battle National Championship.
One day she accidentally finds herself controlling one through a battle simulator when she unknowingly defeats an evil mecha.
Although mechas are the central part of any iteration of the Gundam franchise, they are particularly impressive in this one. Most notably, Gundam Barbatauras, which is a four-legged mecha based on a centaur.
This also brings back a new version of the fan-favorite Gundam Deathscythe in white and gold. Can’t wait to see if this one suddenly goes evil too.
The Gundam series is a science fiction anime created by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Sunrise, featuring huge robots, known as “Gundam.”
The series changes its setting in each part, ranging from Earth to far-off planets. All the shows have their own story, and some of them take place in an alternative universe.
In every story, Gundam has unique purposes. Sometimes it’s a deadly war weapon, sometimes a beautiful art or sometimes even an outdated technology.