Attack On Titan 2 Reveals Intricate Character Customisation, Plus Tons Of New Screens
Koei Tecmo decided to go ham on their reveal for their upcoming Attack on Titan sequel based on the brutally gory hit anime/manga series. The sequel promises as much fan service as the first game, but this time players will be able to put more of themselves within this world than ever before. This is definitely apparent in the character customisation, which we got a sneak peek of in the image above. Not only did we get to see what kind of customisation options are available, but characters from the franchise also made their appearance with both casual gear, and their 3DM equipment.
With the upcoming title, players are given the option to customise their unique character so that they can fully immerse themselves in the world that the anime has brought to life. So for those Levi fans out there, now’s your chance to get kicked in the face as if you were actually there! Or not, that works too (Hi, Levi!).
Though we have to admit, seeing Marco again feels great – he doesn’t look half bad! But as stoked as we are to see some of our favourite characters once more, it doesn’t quite quell the desire to learn even more. That being said, we also learned a little more information about the game’s Titan Institute. The Titan Institute allows players to study titans that have been captured using a specific device. The more research done, the more favorable the game experience. This will also allow for better gear, missions, and more to enhance the overall mechanics of Attack on Titan 2.
Attack on Titan 2 is slated for a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch release on March 20th, 2018, with a Japan release for March 15th. Are you excited to create your own scout? What do you hope to see in the latest game? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below, and don’t forget to catch DFTG on Twitter for gaming and entertainment news live 24/7!
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