After the closed beta degree, you can read the impressions through the following link. Bandai Namco finally prepared the new Gundam open-access game, Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On for you to taste before its release. The good news, you do not need to queue and wait long to be able to enjoy the game because all players can enjoy it without the need to register like the closed beta period.
There are six open access sessions for Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On which starts on June 20, 2020, later on, PlayStation 4. The following is the complete schedule:
- June 20 to June 21
- June 27 to June 28
- July 4 to July 5
- July 11 to July 12
- July 18 to July 19
- July 25 to July 26
The time above will be able to change a little during later implementation. Bandai Namco also reminds you that the time may change or be cancelled depending on the circumstances. You will be able to enjoy 185 units and 36 stages with three main modes: Player Match, Casual Match and Branch Battle.
Player Match is a mode in which the player can create or search for a room as freely as possible with the rules at will. One room will contain 18 players capable of playing 2v2 in each Match.
Casual Match allows players to play the game directly after selecting the unit without having to bother arranging or finding a room according to your preferences. Similar to QuickMatch for some games.
Branch Battle is an offline mode where you will be able to choose the route you want and complete eight stages.
Interestingly, Bandai Namco will give you extra time to enjoy the open-access of Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On if you pre-order the game from June 20, 2020, until the release date, July 30, 2020, later. The following details
- June 21 to June 22
- June 28 to June 29
- July 5 to July 6
- July 12 to July 13
- July 19 to July 20
- July 26 to July 27
Of course, because open access is like the open beta, then you will need an internet connection to enjoy it. Data from free access cannot be transferred when the game is released later, and you also don’t need to subscribe to PS Plus to be able to play the multiplayer mode.
Along with the announcement, Bandai Namco also released a new trailer for Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On which exhibits 36 battles with different units, complete with open-access information. They also confirmed the three-game editions, starting from the standard, premium sound edition, to the most expensive collector’s edition with gunplay as a bonus.
The premium sound edition will contain 33 music from several series. For example, Tatakai eno Kyofu (Mobile Suit Gundam), Tachiagare! @ Ikari Yo (Mobile Suit Gundam SEED), PRIDE (Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny), and others.
Collector’s Edition with Gunpla will give you a standard version of the game with the special Gunpla HG 1/144 Extreme Gundam & Eclipse-F Parts (EXVS. 10th Anniversary Color Ver.). A set that must be obtained by Gundam lovers. This edition is only available in a select number of selected retailers.
Bonus content is also Bandai Namco preparing for Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On is the product code from Gundam Barbatos Lupus Rex and the original PlayStation 4 theme, Shining Hope.
Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On will be released on PlayStation 4 and Southeast Asia on July 30, 2020.