God Eater 3 Gets Dual Audio Support and New Screenshots

Friday, October 5th, 2018

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Bandai Namco Entertainment America has confirmed in a press release today that God Eater 3 will have dual audio support. The game will be including both English and Japanese audio for the first time in the series. The gameĀ is set to launch in 2019 on the PC (via Steam), and on the PlayStation 4.

God Eater 3 will arrive in Japan on the PlayStation 4 on the 13th of December, and on PC in early 2019. For players in the Americas and Europe, the game will arrive in early 2019 on both the PC and the PlayStation 4 gaming console. While players in the west have to wait a bit longer for the game to launch, its still not too far off at least.

Since this press release was specifically about the western release of God Eater 3, it is not known yet whether or not the Japanese version will also support dual audio like this. Additionally, a handful of brand new God Eater 3 screenshots were released today. They highlight the game’s anime-inspired visuals, and the massive Ash Aragami that players must defeat with the help of their group of A.I. or player-controlled characters. You can check out all of the new screenshots right here:

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