Anime production and distribution company Bandai Namco Filmworks has announced the release of the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny HD Remaster Complete Blu-ray BOX. This announcement follows the release of the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED HD Remaster Complete Blu-ray BOX in March 2022. The official Gundam SEED Twitter account posted a PV of the announcement.
The Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny HD Remaster Complete Blu-ray BOX is a 12-disc set containing all fifty HD Remastered episodes and special features of the four volumes of the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny HD Remaster Blu-ray Box released from 2013-2014.
The Complete Blu-ray BOX will include features such as:
- 204 page archive booklet, compiling bonus booklet content from the previous four volumes in one set
- 36 page special booklet
- 60 page MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM SEED Destiny ILLUSTRATION BOOK -100 memories
- Audio commentary archive
- Anime Music Clips
- Non-credit opening and ending videos,
- Next-episode preview collection
- Drama CD “OMAKE quarters” archive
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Destiny HD Remaster Complete Blu-ray BOX is priced at 44,000 yen with a July 28, 2023 release date. Like with the Mobile Suit Gundam SEED HD Remaster Complete Blu-ray BOX, the storage box and digi jacket will feature new illustrations by series character designer Hisashi Hirai and chief mechanical animation director Satoshi Shigeta.
Directed by Mitsuo Fukuda and scripted by Chiaki Morosawa, SEED Destiny is the 2004 sequel to the popular 2002 Mobile Suit Gundam SEED series. Hisashi Hirai returned as character designer, along with mechanical designs by Kunio Okawara and Kimitoshi Yamane, chief mecha animation direction by Satoshi Shigeta, and music by Toshihiko Sahashi.
The year is Cosmic Era 73. The Bloody Valentine War, fought between the PLANTS space colonies and the nations of the Atlantic Federation, has ended and an uneasy truce has settled upon the Earth sphere. With the signing of the Junius Seven Treaty, the world’s soldiers have left the battlefield and the grizzly sights of war behind. Many who fought now seek peace and refuge in the shelter of civilian life.
But one boy, Shinn Asuka, is finding that incredibly hard. A coordinator who lost his entire family during the Battle of Orb, he now fights with ZAFT in one of their newest machines, the Impulse Gundam. Of course, ZAFT is only developing these machines for defensive applications – or so they claim – but when a group of Federation operatives steal some of these prototype machines, the world is once again plunged towards war.
Source: Official Website