Super Robot Wars T Asia Version Day -1 Digital Bonus Can Be Redeemed Via a Patch Update
Super Robot Wars T
Nintendo™ Switch – ASIA
Finally! Day-1 DLC Troubles resolved!
Over the last few days, the discussion about Bandai Namco‘s Super Robot Wars T Nintendo Switch SEA version was on fire regarding the day-1 digital bonus for the game. It appears like those who have purchased the said version will going to miss out the Day-1 content as no download code will be provided in the physical copy of the game. Fortunately, Bandai Namco takes a step forward and resolved the issue.
So, Super Robot Wars T enthusiasts, we’re very delighted to give you the final update for this matter. You can now have that sigh of relief as the company announced a way for players to claim their Day-1 bonus DLC.
Due to the total lack of Nintendo eShop in Southeast Asia, Bandai Namco released a version 1.0.2 patch where players can automatically get the Day-1 bonus content once successfully downloaded.
You can check out the full details of the announcement below, via Bandai Namco.
For fans who purchase the English version of Super Robot Wars T for the Nintendo Switch in Southeast Asia, you will be able to receive the Day-1 digital bonus via a patch on launch day (Patch Version 1.0.2). The contents of the Day-1 Digital Bonus are as follows:
- [Bonus 1] Special Scenario ‘Chapter 0: Proposal No. T1023’
- [Bonus 2] Present Scenario ‘Special Starter Pack’
- [Bonus 3] Special original mech Gespenst from early game
HOW TO REDEEM
From 20 March 2019, connect your Nintendo Switch to the Internet and enable the software automatic update function to run. After installing Patch Version 1.0.2, you will be able to receive the Day-1 Digital Bonus in-game automatically.
For the PlayStation 4 users, Day-1 Digital Bonus is already included in the physical package version released on Day-1 and the digital version copy of the game. Please download the Digital Bonus using the redemption code provided inside the physical package. Access the PlayStation Store on your PlayStation 4 console to redeem it from 20 March 2019 onwards.
You can also check out Bandai Namco’s announcement on Twitter below.
Fans who wish to purchase the English ver. of 'Super Robot Wars T' for the Nintendo Switch in Southeast Asia, you will be getting the Day-1 Digital Bonus (same as that of the PS4 ver.) via a patch update on launch day.
— BANDAI NAMCO S.E.A. (@BandaiNamcoSEA) March 19, 2019
So, if you still haven’t got a copy of the game’s Nintendo Switch Asia version, you can get it here at Playasia. Now officially out! Click the button below to grab yours.
However, the biggest surprise for everyone is that Cowboy Bebop will also be added to the roster of Super Robot Wars T. Aside from Cowboy Bebop, 3 more titles will make their grand debut in the series, and they are:
Other titles that might interest you is the return of Aura Battler Dunbine and a more thorough portrayal of the follow-on OVA. The inclusion of The King of Braves GaoGaiGar is also fantastic, as well as the return of Armored Trooper VOTOMS.
And if you’re wondering what the “T” in the title stands for, it’s Terra that means Earth.
Here’s the full list of the included series in Super Robot Wars T:
Enjoy the announcement trailer for the game below as well as the developer message video and the English screenshots for the game.
That’s an interesting way to fix this situation and I do appreciate it.
I will note that communication with your international audience is something that BNSEA needs to work on. There’s been a lot of confusion/speculation about the bonus content for a while.
— Benny Carrillo (@TBurningHunter) March 19, 2019
This is a pleasant surprise. Is it still an option even if we don't have the game by launch day due to shipping times and whatnot?
— Brass Saturday (@vsTARDISES) March 19, 2019
That's pretty neat, glad there was a way to fix that.
Thank you again for English releases being possible!
— ksen (@ksen_otaku) March 19, 2019
I'm getting the PS4 version but good on you helping Switch owners out, cheers
— 'bot (@roboterpferd) March 19, 2019
Thank you! I just ordered my copy. I hope that BNSEA figures out a way to distribute the DLC.
— . (@llTheGoodLifell) March 19, 2019
YES! We still get Gespenst, thank god
— A_Random_Person (@todd134186) March 19, 2019
You have my very thanks. Thank you.
— ザックズ 『zaxelox』 (@zaxeloxtanitaya) March 19, 2019