Gundam Evolution is an upcoming shooter game developed by BANDAI NAMCO Studios and is set to release sometime this year. As of now, the game is still undergoing Network Test, so there’s not much information going around about the game.
However, there are information regarding the various Mobile Suits you can in Gundam Evolution. As of now, there are a total of 14 Mobile Suits, each with its own specialties and unique abilities. Let’s have a look at each of them so you can determine which is the best Mobile Suit to use depending on your playstyle.
The Pale Rider or Unit RX-80PR is a mobile suit that’s been developed by the Earth Federation Forces. It uses the rapid-fire Bullpup Machine Gun to take down its enemies at mid-range.
- EMP Grenade – Throws a grenade that slows down enemy movement in a small area
- Hand Grenade – Deals decent damage to all targets within a small area
- Repair Pod – Deploys a device that heals allies over time within a small area
- G Maneuver – Boosts your movement speed and weapon performance for a short period
Likewise known as RX-78-2, Gundam is developed by the Federation to take part in Operation V. It features remarkable performance in mid-ranged combat using the Beam Rifle which has a limited recoil but very poor accuracy.
- Gundam Shield – Deploys a shield that lasts for a set duration or until reaches its damage absorption threshold
- Hyper Hammer – Throws a Hyper Hammer to stun, knockback, and even guardbreak your target. Also deals decent damage
- Super Napalm – Throws a napalm grenade that deals massive damage in a small area after a short period
Zaku II (Ranged)
Zaku II is a mass-produced suit by the Principality of Zeon that boasts a versatile design. The Zaku II uses the Zaku Machine Gun to deal damage at close range.
- Smoke Discharger – Puffs a cloud of smoke to conceal yourself and become immune to damage for a short duration
- Cracker Grenade – Throws a grenade that damages enemies in a small area, stunning and knocking them back in the process
- Heat Hawk Slash – Charges toward your target as you swing your Heat Hawk to deal heavy damage and inflict stun
The Barbatos was developed during the Calamity War and later on become the main weapon used by the Tekkadan. It’s a close-combat suit that uses the Mace for sweeping and smashing attacks.
- Boost Jump – Performs a forward leap
- Long Sword – Leaps forward and strikes the ground with your weapon, stunning and damaging enemies in a small area
- Alaya-Vijnana System – Activate the system to perform up to 3 slashing attacks against enemies in the front
The Sazabi is a close-ranged suit that boasts of a relatively high health pool and features excellent responsiveness, thanks to its revolutionary Psycho-Frame. The suit uses Beam Shot Rifle to deal scattershot damage in a small area.
- Homing Boost – Charges to a nearby ally or Beam Tomahawk, damaging and knocking back any enemies hit
- Beam Tomahawk – Throws a Beam Tomahawk to a target, damaging and stunning it briefly
- Enemy Search – Reveals nearby enemies for a short duration
- Funnels – Unleashes Funnels to attack your targets continuously for a short period
Developed by the AEUG, Methuss is a transforming mobile suit that can play both as a DPS and support. Methuss uses the Arm Beam Guns to deal damage at mid-range without suffering from accuracy loss.
- Transform – Switches to a mobile armor which grants the ability to fly for added mobility
- Twin Shot – Fire powerful beams to deal heavy damage at long range
- Gun Turret – Deploys a turret that automatically attacks enemies within range
- Energy Cable – Boost a targeted ally’s damage and damage reduction for a short time
GM Sniper II
Developed by the Federation Forces, the GM Sniper II is capable of sniping targets from a very long range, thanks to its head visor.
It uses the Sniper Rifle that deals heavy damage to enemies, even at a long distance.
- Jump Booster – Deploys a device that boosts your jumping power
- Vulcan Pod – Fires at a close-range enemy using your Vulcan Pod
- Recovery Gun – Revives allies from a long distance
- Sensor Visor – Reveals where all enemies are located even when they’re behind walls and obstacles
Yet another transforming mobile suit, the Asshimar is capable of sustained flight by assuming a disc-shaped upper body.
It uses the Large Beam Rifle to fire 3-shot bursts at mid-range.
- Transform – Switches to a mobile armor to allow flight for a certain duration
- Napalm Grenade – Throws a grenade that deals damage over time on a small area
- Punch – Charges toward a target, stunning, damaging, and knocking all enemies caught in the path
A heavy unit that’s surprisingly mobile, thanks to its leg mounts. The DOM Trooper uses the Giga-Launcher DR1 Mutiplex to deal damage to a small area.
- Adhesive Sensor Mine – Deploys three proximity mines that explode whenever a nearby gets near their area of effect
- Armor Gun – Increases an ally’s HP for a short time
- Screaming Nimbus – Charges toward a target, damaging and knocking back enemies in the path while granting bonus HP to allies for a certain duration
Turn A Gundam
A mobile suit designed with extraordinary technology, Turn A Gundam can accurately shoot enemies from a distance using its Beam Rifle.
- Nanoskin – Regenerates health for a short time
- Overhead Throw – Grapples an enemy and throws it into the air, damaging and stunning it after landing
- Moonlight Butterfly – Flies forward for a short duration, dealing damage to enemies hit by the trail
Featuring a tank-like design, the Guntank is capable of damaging multiple enemies at the same time, thanks to its Bop Missile weapon.
- Rush – Charges forward, damaging and knocking back enemies in your path
- Cannon – Fires a slow-moving cannon to deal damage in a medium area
- High Speed Recovery – Allows you to revive a fallen enemy at a faster rate
- Launch Core Fighter – Launches a controlled flying unit which you can then detonate to deal heavy damage in a small area
A mass-produced unit, the GM is the cheaper version of RX-78 which uses the Beam Spray Gun to deal damage at close-range without suffering from accuracy loss.
- Shield Bash – Charges forward with your shield, damaging and knocking back enemies you hit
- Detonator Bomb – Throws a bomb that can be detonated to damage enemies in a medium area
- Repair Grenade – Throws a grenade to heal allies in a small area
Designed for melee combat, the Gundam Exia is a powerful mobile suit that uses GN Beam Dagger and the chargeable GN Sword to take down enemies from close to mid-range.
- Quick Step – Leaps a short distance toward the direction you’re facing
- GN Sword and GN Short Blade – Performs a spinning slash attack to knock back your target and inflict additional stun to already stunned enemies
- GN Beam Saber – Charges forward to deal damage to enemies in your path
- Trans-Am – Temporarily switches to Trans-Am mode, changing how your abilities and sub-actions behave
Used during the Gryps Conflict by the Titans, the Marasai is great for medium-range combat, thanks to its Fedayeen Rifle.
- Fedayeen Rifle (Beam Blade) – Performs a melee strike on your target, dealing damage and knocking it back at the same time
- Sea Snake – Fires the Sea Snake at a target to drag it toward you and deal damage while stunning it at the same time
- Sea Snake (Shock) – Throws a Sea Snake at your targets that deals massive damage and stuns them for a short duration
Fastest Easy Ways To Unlock BUSO HAKI V3 In Pixel Piece
Make it fast and easy by reading this guide!
Some of us who enjoy playing video games are also fans of anime like Naruto, Bleach, and One Piece, and they’re very popular right now because they not only have a TV show but are also featured in various games using mods and occasionally fan-made games. I know that some of you haven’t yet acquired the Buso Haki, but if you want to do so much faster than everyone else, then this guide is just for you.
Buso Haki V3
For those who are new to the game and are unaware of this process, you must wait until nighttime (in-game) because you’ll be entering the Vaill Island, where you must first reach Level 70+ because you won’t likely survive if you don’t level up. You’ll also need $5000 in order to activate a quest from an NPC in that island.
So when you get to Valli Island, you’ll run into an NPC wearing a hat who will give you a mission that requires you to pay $5000. Once you do so, a new objective with the words “Battle 4 Ancient Gorilla of 0/3” appears up on the bottom right of your screen. At that point, you must defeat the Gorilla Boss.
The boss gorilla must be found and defeated three times; he deals a lot of damage when he pounds the ground and hits you with his shockwave fist, thus having teammates who are at the same level as you or who are strong enough to defeat the gorilla will actually speed up the battle.
It is actually recommended to find the respawn point every so often to make your life easier. When you get to the part where the gorilla is, you need to do this so that when you die, you won’t have to go to a random island and it will be a hassle to navigate through the world again just to find one island and beat the Gorilla boss.
The Quest pop-up that was mentioned to you earlier on screen states that you should defeat the Gorilla boss at least three times. Once you defeat the Gorilla boss, you will level up, receive an item called “Soul of Armament,” and learn the skill Armament Haki.
When the Gorilla boss dies, it will take some time for him to respawn, and you will need to defeat him again until you finally defeat him on the third try.
Now that we have defeated the gorilla boss, let’s discuss the advantages of wearing these hakis. The Haki V1 will increase your melee/sword M1 damage by +6 and give you the ability to hit Logia users.
However, 50,000 Haki Mastery points are required to upgrade your Haki to V2. What does V2 offer in terms of benefits? You receive +9 more melee/sword damage than the Haki V1 with it.
And ultimately, of course, in order to truly unlock Buso Haki V3, you actually need 200,000 Haki Mastery points. The advantages of possessing this are that it increases your melee/sword damage by +14 compared to Haki V2, making it currently the strongest in the game.
It takes a lot of grinding to get to the 200,000 Haki point need, but there is an easier way to farm the points for V3. To do this, make sure you have reached Level 100; if not, continuing farming in the world you are currently in until you are powerful enough to reach the island where we’re going to farm the points faster.
You must travel to Syrup Island, which is between Vaill Island’s northeast and east. Once there, you’ll see a lot of players grinding against NPCs to gain Haki Mastery points more quickly.
You may have heard that you should grind straight to Arlo Park, but doing so will only slow you down because the NPCs there are much tougher than those in Syrup Island.
However, if you want to go for it and you have pals who can fight with the NPCs in Arlo Park, feel free to do so.
I hope this was of some help. A tremendous thank you to Nikkolapz for going over each of these details and explaining them so thoroughly. For better understanding check out his video:
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