In Gundam Evolution, there are a total of 3 Game Modes that will be playable in the game. In this guide, we will explain to you players about the 3 game modes in the game including what is the objective behind them.
Gundam Evolution has 3 Game Modes each with its mission objective. Players will be delighted by these game modes as they will challenge each player’s perspective on which mobile suits are best suited in either defending or attacking the mission objective.
Point Capture is one of the 3 Game modes in Gunam Evolution. Gundam players are divided into Attacker and Defender teams, then proceed to fight for control of the Objective. Attackers aim to take control of the Objective before the Time Limit expires, while the Defenders’ mission is to protect them.
Each match in Point Capture has two rounds and at the end of the round, players will switch sides. Whenever the opposing team manages to capture the first area point, the next area point will be open. Opening the next area will not only open a new objective but will change the sorting point of the other side as well.
The team which has gained the most points by the end of all rounds wins. If both teams have the same number of points, victory will go to the team with the highest Suppression Rate. If both teams have the same amount of points and the same Suppression Rate, the game will end in a draw and if both teams manage to complete both mission objectives, the game will go into overtime.
In Domination, this game mode will test the endurance and planning skills of players. The two opposing teams fight to control 3 mission objectives that are unlocked randomly. Each Match lasts up to 3 rounds and will end either when one team’s Capture Rate reaches 100% or the Time Limit expires.
When units from any given team get near enough to an Objective, Capture will start. Staying close to the Objective will fill up the Suppression Meter. When the Suppression Meter fills up completely, the Objective will be captured. If a unit from the Enemy team approaches the Objective while your team is trying to capture it, the Suppression Meter will stop filling, and the Area will become “contested”.
Probably one of my favorite game modes in Gundam Evolution is Destruction. In this mode, players are divided into two teams: Attacker and Defender teams that compete to destroy or defend Objectives. Attackers are to destroy the mission objectives within the time limit by arming Mega-charges, while Defenders are to disarm them.
This game mode has two rounds where at the end of the first round, players will switch sides. There are several Waypoint Areas throughout the Map and these areas captured by the Attackers may be used as a Sortie Zone.
The team which has gained the most points by the end of all rounds wins. If both teams have the same number of points, victory will go to the team with the highest Activation Rate. If both teams destroy both their mission objectives, the game will go into overtime and If both teams have the same amount of points and the same Activation Rate, the game will end in a draw..
Gundam Evolution will be released on September 21, 2022, for the PC Via Steam and coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on November 30, 2022. For more news and info about the game, you can visit their website.