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Koei Tecmo's Attack on Titan Game Features Titan Eren, Female Titan, Erwin

posted on 2015-12-15 07:45 EST
More characters also slated for February 18 game on PS3/PS4/Vita

Kadokawa's Weekly Famitsu magazine is reporting more details on Koei Tecmo Games' Attack on Titan game this week. The game will feature Eren as a Titan, a female Titan, Erwin, and still more characters to be revealed.

Characters already announced in the game include: Eren, Mikasa, Sasha, Conny, Armin, Jean, Annie, Ymir, Krista, Reiner, Bertolt, Marco, Keith, Pyxis, Ian, Rico, Levi, and Hange. All the voice actors playing the characters are reprising their roles from the television anime series.

The game will be set during the Battle of Trost. Players can freely walk around in the barracks and town and converse with other characters, upgrade weapons, and gain intelligence on upcoming missions.

A tutorial mode for the game will be available, which will take place in a level modeled after the 104th Training Corps' drill grounds.

Koei Tecmo Games' Omega Force subsidiary (Warriors/Musou franchise) is developing the game for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita. The game is also slated for North America and Europe next year.

The PS4 and PS3 regular package editions retail for 7,800 yen (US$63), and the PS4 and PS3 download editions retail for 6,762 yen (US$55). The regular PS Vita package edition retails for 6,800 yen (US$55) and the download edition retails for 6,000 yen (US$49).

Those who receive first edition copies of the game will receive serial codes for "Cleaning" costumes for Eren and Levi as well as a "Feather Duster Blade." The game will also have a "Treasure Box" edition, which will contain the game, an "Official Survey Record Collection," the game's soundtrack, a muffler towel, two sets of Eren, Mikasa, and Levi tin badges, and a download code for Armin's Attack on Titan: Junior High costume. The "Treasure Box" edition retails for 12,800 yen (about US$104) for PS4 and PS3, and for 11,800 yen (US$96) for PS Vita.

[Via Gematsu]


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