New Details Emerge for Upcoming Attack on Titan 2 – Platforms, Gameplay & More!

Recently Confirmed by Koei Tecmo, the new Attack on Titan 2 game is coming and new details about the title’s gameplay and release platforms have come to light.

The first game was well received by fans of the anime and manga, and now the sequel will be following in the first’s footsteps, releasing on multiple platforms for maximum enjoyment. According to Hisashi Koinuma, the President and COO of Koei Tecmo, Attack on Titan 2 is guaranteed for Xbox One and PS4 consoles, but other platforms are still being discussed. He says that the company understands their fans play on a variety of consoles and that they hope to make the game available on as many as they can. When asked of the Nintendo Switch, Koinuma says that there’s a chance, but no promises as of yet and that the full list of platforms will be announced around October/November.

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Looking to improve on the success of the first game, Koei Tecmo plans to refine the omni-control maneuvers when fighting Titans and make them a little tougher to beat in the process. The company also plans to improve on playing as a Titan as well. Attack on Titan 2 will follow season 2 of the anime series and gives players the chance to really get to know the characters during the story. Between battles, players can interact with their team members at the base camp on an individual basis. The game is scheduled for release in early 2018!

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