Powered Suit

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Powered Suit
A Powered Suit in GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters
Alternate names Power Suit, Exosuit
Length 3.9 meters[1]
Weight 2.5 metric tons[1]
Width 2.9 meters[1]
Targets Godzilla Filius, Servum
First appearance Latest appearance
of the Monsters
the Edge of Battle

The Powered Suits (パワードスーツ,   Pawādo Sūtsu) are piloted mecha created by Toho that first appear in the 2017 animated Godzilla film, GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters.


Owned by the United Earth and originally created as excavation robots, the Powered Suits were weaponized and used in operations to eliminate Godzilla.[1]


GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters

Powered Suits and Landing Ships were used in the landing of Earth. They were used to defend the landing zones from Servum. In the final battle the suits were used to kill Godzilla Filius by putting EMP Probes into his body causing Godzilla to explode.

GODZILLA: City on the Edge of Battle

A powered suit piloted by Yuko Tani accompanied a force of soldiers on an expedition to rediscover the lost Mechagodzilla City. Upon finding the site and reactivating the head of Mechagodzilla at its core, the Bilusaludo used the city's Nanometal to modify three of the Powered Suits into aerial combat vehicles, called Vultures, to defend against Godzilla Earth.


Walking Speed

The Powered Suits can travel at a maximum walking speed of 80 kilometers per hour.[1]


The United Earth's Powered Suits are equipped with a 20 mm caliber railgun on both of their arms.[1]

EMP Probes

In the United Earth's final operation against Godzilla Filius, a force of Powered Suits wielded EMP Probes to inject into the monster.


Concept art

GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters


AnimeJapan 2017

Winter Wonder Festival 2018


It is unknown if the Powered Suits' railguns fire solid projectiles like the Electromagnetic Induction Rifles or particles or energy like plasma railguns.


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