Gundam: Requiem for Vengeance Teaser Trailer Released


A teaser trailer has been released for Mobile Suit Gundam: Requiem for Vengeance, the made-with-Unreal Engine 5 Gundam series that was announced at Anime Expo 2023. The brief video includes some furious battle scenes and a close-up of a Zaku’s head.

Also released was a video message from director Erasmus Brosdau (of The Lord Inquisitor fame). 

Requiem for Vengeance will take place at the European front during the One Year War, a conflict also depicted in the first Gundam series Mobile Suit Gundam,” says the trailer’s video description. “This series follows the themes such as conflict and love seen in previous Gundam titles, as well as human drama depicted through the clash of pilots who operate humanoid weapons called Mobile Suits.”

According to the Requiem for Vengeance website, the series will have six 30-minute episodes. A key visual is available on the site as well.

The staff of the show includes:

• Scriptwriter: Gavin Hignight (Tekken: BloodlineTransformers: Cyberverse)
• Main character designer: Manuel Augusto Dischinger Moura 
• Music composer: Wilbert Roget II (Call of Duty WWIIMortal Kombat 11)
• Mechanical designer: Kimitoshi Yamane (Mobile Suit Gundam: Reconguista in G and Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin co-mechanical designer)
• Production: Sunrise, SAFEHOUSE

Celia Massingham (Hedy Lamarr in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow) is providing the voice and motion capture performance for Requiem for Vengeance‘s main character. The show will mainly focus on the Zeon side of the conflict.


Update: Added key visual and info about the show’s length.

Source: GundamInfo YouTube channel

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