SD Gundam G Generation Eternal closed beta test registration opens in the US and East Asia

Bandai Namco has started opening applications for the closed beta test of SD Gundam G Generation Eternal. The company will commence the test on September 20-27 with a limited number of participants from several countries and regions.

In a new blog post, Bandai Namco revealed that the closed beta test players will be able to check out several stages from the first Mobile Suit Gundam, the Gundam Thunderbolt OVA, and the Cosmic Era entry Gundam SEED. It is also worth noting that this will be the first time Gundam Thunderbolt has its story depicted in the G Generation series, as it only contributed playable Mobile Suits to the 2016 game G Generation Genesis.

The G Generation Eternal CBT will be available in multiple languages, but each of them will also be limited to a specific location. For example, the Japanese build will only be available in Japan, and the Korean version in South Korea. The English CBT will only be open to US residents. The application page's fine print also added that the beta test will only be available on iPhones and Android smartphones, with iPads and other tablet devices not supported.

Bandai Namco will close the application period on September 7 at 8:00 AM PDT. The company will determine the eligible players the week after on September 14.

The full version of SD Gundam G Generation Eternal will release later for iOS and Android devices. The Japanese press release for the full launch lists "North America" instead of "United States" which implies that Canada may also get access to the game at launch.