News Attack on Titan Game Trailer Confirms Its Story Goes Beyond 1st Anime Season
posted on 2016-08-16 13:30 EDT
Koei Tecmo America began streaming a launch trailer for its Attack on Titan game on Tuesday. The trailer confirms that the game's story will extend past the events of the television anime. The main game is set during the Battle of Trost, but players will be able to battle the Armored Titan and the Beast Titan in extra missions within the game.
Koei Tecmo Europe also began streaming a video of the demo version of the game. The gameplay focuses on Mikasa during the Battle of Trost.
In Europe the game will be titled A.O.T: Wings of Freedom and ship on August 26, while in the Americas it will be titled Attack on Titan and ship on August 30. The game will get Xbox One and PC via Steam releases in addition to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita versions that are out in Japan. Koei Tecmo will release physical editions for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PC versions will be digital-only.
In Europe the game will get a limited "Treasure Box" edition that will include an artbook, soundtrack, muffler towel, six pin badges, and DLC for Armin's Attack on Titan: Junior High outfit.
Those who preorder the game in America from Amazon, Best Buy, EB Canada, or GameStop will receive downloadable cleaning weapons and costumes for Eren and Levi and a festival costume for Mikasa. Those who preorder the game digitally via the PlayStation Store or the Xbox Store will receive Attack on Titan avatars.
The game will be in Japanese with subtitles.
Koei Tecmo Games' Omega Force subsidiary (Warriors/Musou franchise) developed the game. The game shipped in Japan on February 18.
Playable characters announced in the game include: Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Krista, Sasha, Conny, Jean, Levi, Hange, and Erwin. Non-playable characters that appear in the game include Ymir, Reiner, Bertolt, Marco, Keith, Pyxis, Ian, Rico, the female Titan, the armored Titan and the beast Titan. All the voice actors playing the characters reprised their roles from the television anime series. It also features game-original weapons such as daggers and Japanese-style swords.