Gundam Evolution PC Network Test Begins Today

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Players can join the PC network test to Gundam evolution from tonight.

The first-ever free-to-play hero shooter in the Gundam franchise has a PC network test that officially begins tonight at 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET. Additionally, Gundam Exia and Marasai [UC] have each joined the list of playable mobile suits, and pilots can test their abilities in this network test.

Gundam evolution is a free-to-play, team-based first-person shooter featuring 6v6 PvP combat and features a unique set of challenges that will require teams to craft and execute formidable offensive and defensive strategies to emerge victorious. The game features three objective-based game modes: Point Capture, Domination, and Destruction.

How to join

Any fan who wants to dress up and hit the battlefield with their favorite mechs can sign up for the PC Network Test. Visit the Gundam evolution steam page and click “Request Access” under “Join the Gundam Evolution Playtest” to apply.

Gundam Exia and Marasai [UC]

Here is a description of Bandai Namco’s new Gundam mechas:

One of the four Gundams used by Celestial Being to end the war through armed intervention, Gundam Exia was developed to excel in hand-to-hand combat under all conditions. The mobile suit is equipped with an arsenal of LARP technology and has great maneuverability to dodge incoming attacks or quickly close in on enemy units.

Developed by Anaheim Electronics, Marasai [UC] was deployed by the Titans during the Gryps conflict, and was later used by Neo Zeon Remnants. Equipped with the powerful Fedayeen Rifle, the Mobile Suit excels in mid-range combat and is capable of stunning enemy units through the use of the High Voltage Sea Serpent.

Release date

Gundam evolution will officially launch on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One in 2022. No specific release date has been announced. We’ll let you know when we know more.



Tags: Bandai Namco, free games, multiplayer games, Steam

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