Game Info

SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays 4th DLC set will be available March 12

Bandai Namco has today confirmed that the fourth DLC set for SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays will be available on March 12. This DLC set will consist of dispatch missions that feature additional content from titles not included in the base roster.

If you missed the news, you can check our previous article to see the full list of rewards. The dispatch missions in this DLC set will add the following characters and mech units:

  • Mobile Fighter G Gundam
    Characters: Domon Kasshu, Master Asia, Allenby Beardsley
    Mobile Fighters: Burning Gundam (a.k.a. God Gundam), Master Gundam, Nobel Gundam
  • After War Gundam X: Next Prologue
    Characters: Garrod Ran (NP version), Carris Nautilus (NP version)
    Mobile Suits: Gundam X Unit 3, Gundam Nouvelle
  • Gundam: Reconguista in G
    Characters: Mask, Raraiya Akuparl
    Mobile Suits: Kabakali, G-Lucifer, G-Self Perfect Pack
  • Mobile Suit Gundam AGE
    Characters: Kio Asuno
    Mobile Suits: Gundam AGE-3 Normal, Gundam AGE-FX

Bandai Namco has also updated the Japanese DLC webpage with details on free DLC that will also launch on March 12. These DLC used to be exclusive to specific regions through certain purchases, but they will soon be available to all players worldwide.

  • Gundam Astray Gold Frame Amaterasu and Lord Astray Ω
    (Previously only available in Japan through serial code from Gundam Wing G-Unit: Operation Galiarest manga book)
  • Get Starter Modification dispatch mission
    (Previously only available in Japan through serial code from the Unit Data Guide book)
  • Get EXP dispatch mission
    (Previously only available in Japan through serial code from the Final Complete Guide book)
  • Get EN Modification dispatch mission
    (Previously only available in non-Japan Asian console releases from the Digital Ultimate Edition purchase)

SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays has been available worldwide on PC via Steam. It is also available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Asia.

Twitter Facebook Google+ Tumblr
Enjoyed this article? Share it!