Godzilla Heading to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Summer

By   /   Feb 19, 2015

Bandai Namco has announced a release window for the upcoming Godzilla game. The title will be available for PlayStation 4 via retail and PlayStation 3 via PlayStation Store in Summer.

Looking at the brief gameplay footage above, the title seems more fitting for mobile platforms. However, I guess mobile devices won’t be able to handle all that destructible environments of the title.

In the game, players can play as both the new 2014 movie version and the classic Godzilla. The game will feature Super X 2, Super X III, Type 92 Maser tanks, MFS-3 and Super Mecha Godzilla.

There are a total of 20 missions in the game spread across three game modes –  Diorama Mode, Explore Mission Mode and King of Monsters Mode. Godzilla will power up by collecting G-Energy in each level. G-Energy can make your Godzilla rise up to 100 meters tall. Offensive and defensive capabilities will also increase with size, giving you an edge in battle.

Godzilla was revealed in Japan last year and at that time it was considered to be Japan exclusive. However, we later found out the game is indeed coming to North America and Europe as well.

In other news, Bandai Namco has also teased a new game named “RayGigant.” An offical teaser website went online earlier but a full reveal is expected sometime next week. You can read more that here.

Are you planning to spreading chaos through Godzilla? Let us know below.

 

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