Attack on Titan 2 releases on March 20th

KOEI Tecmo revealed today that Attack on Titan 2 will release on March 20th. To celebrate the news KOEI Tecmo shared a new trailer, giving a taste of what players can expect from it.

Furthermore, KOEI Tecmo has unveiled new details on additional playable characters. Players will be able to play as Hitch Dreyse, Marlo Freudenberg, Mina Carolina, Nile Dawk, Thomas Wagner, Annie Leonhart, Bertholdt Hoover, Reiner Braun, the Armored Titan, the Colossal Titan, the Female Titan and a yet to be revealed Mystery Titan.

Players will be able to create their own custom Scout in Attack on Titan 2. With enhanced Titan movements, Scouts will have to strategically use a plethora of new abilities in order to survive; from evade-style attacks like the hook drive ability, to long-rage sneak attacks. As such, players will be able to carefully strategise with the help of the new monocular tool.

The game will also feature additional RPG elements. These elements will allow players to build relationships with their favourite characters from the Attack on Titan universe to gain a deeper understanding of their comrades.

It’s also worth noting that KOEI Tecmo has been trying lately to improve its PC ports. Warriors All-Stars received a pretty good PC port, and Team Ninja has improved the PC version of Nioh. Therefore, we hope that Attack on Titan 2 PC will be even better than the aforementioned titles.

Enjoy!

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