Former Japanese PS Vita exclusive gets first global release.
Originally released exclusively for Japan for the PlayStation Vita in 2012, Assault Gunners HD Edition puts you in control of the Peace Keeping Force known as DAT and along with your three allied Battle Mechs, you must attempt to save Earth’s Migrants and the Mars Colonies as a whole from the threat of the ANTS uprising.
It’s the Year 208X, Mars is in the process of terraformation with an expected timeline of 300 years till completion. Back on Earth a great war erupts and millions of migrants look to Mars to flee their home. The Planet Remodelling Project is accelerated with the aid of ANTS, a completely robotic automated system. Migrants build large dome-shaped colonies in regions with now stable climates and rush to construct cities within them to sustain the flow of refugees.
Time passes and the World Federation has set up military colonies on Deimos and Phobos, and the dwarf-planet Ceres is being moved to Mars’ orbit to help create an ocean for the planet. One day, communication is suddenly lost with the surface of Mars, a peace keeping force called DAT whom are currently training on Deimos are sent to investigate.
There are 35 battle heavy missions in Assault Gunners, as well as a horde mode – Inferno Mode – covering five varied maps and over 100 customisation options for your mech, offering lots of replayability.
There will also be an extra pack available at launch, which offers fifteen extra campaign missions, three additional Inferno mode maps, 15 extra weapons and over 30 additional customisable mech parts.
Assault Gunners will be available from the 20th of March in three different versions. The Assault Gunners HD Edition Standalone will be priced at £7.19 / €9.99 / $9.99. The Extra pack will cost £3.99 / €4.99 / $4.99 and finally the complete set of both of these will be available at a lower price of £9.29 / €11.99 / $11.99.