Bandai Namco announced that the upcoming multiplayer action game God Eater 3, which is due sometimes in 2019, will have dual audio. That means players will get to choose between an English dub, and the original Japanese voice track. This is the first time in a God Eater game that dual audio is an option.
Along with the announcement of the dual audio track, Bandai Namco also released a few new God Eater 3 screenshots. These screenshots (which you can browse below) show some action sequences with the Ash Aragami, which players will be able to take on cooperatively with other players or by themselves with A.I. NPCs backing them up. The screenshots also show off God Eater 3‘s visuals, including a few shots of the different characters.
God Eater 3 is the first game in the series to be designed only for consoles as well, as the series’ roots are on the PSP and Vita. Our previous coverage has gone into detail on the God Eater 3 story, some of the new weapons and features, and of course new characters and abilities.
While it doesn’t have a specific release date in the west just yet, God Eater 3 will be coming out for both the PlayStation 4 and the PC sometimes in early 2019.