Bandai Namco announced today that its popular GOD EATER games will find their way on the PC with the PC releases of GOD EATER Resurrection and GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst this Summer. In order to celebrate this announcement, Bandai Namco released a new trailer that can be viewed below.
“Set in the early 2050s, unknown life forms called Oracle Cells have begun their uncontrolled consumption of all life on Earth. The ravenous appetite of the Oracle Cells, coupled with their remarkable adaptability quickly turns these cells into Earth shattering monsters known as Aragami. Gigantic in size and completely immune to conventional weapons, Aragami wreak havoc upon the Earth with impunity. Humanity’s last hope for survival now rests in the hands of individual elite Aragami hunters known as “God Eaters”. These fearless God Eaters take-on Aragami in spectacular battles using recently developed weapons known as God Arcs.”
Eric Hartness, Vice President of Marketing BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America, said:
“BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment is known around the world for its robust line-up of anime inspired games that transport players into their favorite anime worlds. With the GOD EATER series, we have a case where a successful game franchise spawned popular anime and manga series that have developed a very popular following in Japan and we’re excited to introduce an entirely new audience in the Americas to the GOD EATER phenomenon with the arrival of GOD EATER Resurrection and GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst.”
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