New God Eater Information to be Announced in October

September 1, 2017Written by Anthony Nash

New God Eater

New information regarding the next God Eater game will be released during the God Eater Orchestra Live Concert on October 7, according to the latest trailer for the event.

During a recent Niconico livestream earlier, God Eater series director Hiroshi Yoshimura and Yuya Tomiyama – the producer for the upcoming God Eater project – revealed that a sufficient amount of information will be released during the concert.

You can watch the God Eater Orchestra trailer below:

The last piece of news we’ve seen regarding the newest God Eater game was a trailer back in March, so fans will happy to finally get some new information on the game. The game is currently planned for release worldwide.

For those unfamiliar with the God Eater series, check out our review of God Eater 2: Rage Burst:

While the design of the game itself transitioned well between platforms, unfortunately the same cannot be said for some of the controls. Mechanics such as quickly switching between ranged firearms and close-quarters melee weapons are one of the more crucial and empowering aspects of the combat. The problem is that during this transition, the camera controls tend to get rather scrambled. This rather blatant and frequently occurring shortcoming is so common that it is almost more shocking when the camera doesn’t go awry. For a game that does so many other things so well, it is extremely disappointing to see one of the core gameplay pillars piddle that success away.

God Eater 2: Rage Burst proves that without a shadow of a doubt, the series deserves a home on the console. The great depth, compelling combat and interesting enemies provide an fantastic counterpoint to the Monster Hunter brand, while also providing an exciting new sandbox for players to explore. Unfortunately, there are plenty of shortcoming associated with mediocre port work that prevent this iteration from fulfilling its full potential. While it may ultimately prove to be a bit of a stumble, this is an interesting first step into a much bigger world.

[Source: Gematsu]