KOEI TECMO Europe today revealed the new multiplayer Scout Mode as well as additional gameplay mechanics available in A.O.T. Wings of Freedom. The game will release on August 26th on Steam.
As the press release reads, the fast paced Scout Mode allows players to recruit up to three companions online to venture outside the wall and face the eerily human-like Titans together.
“Starting at the camp, team members are able to upgrade their gear, change their costumes and prepare resources for an upcoming onslaught. The leader of the group is able to choose from a wide selection of missions taking place across a variety of different stages, including the Forest of Giant Trees, the Ruined Town, a Farm Village and even the Stohess District. These missions, separate from the main campaign, offer further action-packed events to face as a team.”
Throughout A.O.T. Wings of Freedom players will have the opportunity to upgrade their titan-slaying gear. The Omni-Directional Manoeuver Gear, blades, and scabbard can be enhanced at the camp with materials found from slaying Titans on single player and multiplayer missions.
Enhancements to the Omni-Directional Manoeuver Gear include improved anchors, allowing them to attach on to Titans from a greater distance and at faster speeds. Blades can be sharpened, as well as improved to become longer and more durable, with scabbard upgrades allowing additional blades and gas canisters to be carried. It is important for players to raise their equipment’s level to perform more effectively on the battlefield.
KOEI TECMO Europe released some new screenshots and three character videos showcasing Erwin, Hange and Levi, as well as a new gameplay video highlighting the Decisive Battle Signal.
Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom is an action game that aims to successfully replicate the claustrophobic atmosphere and fast paced battles of ‘Attack on Titan’, one of the most celebrated new anime IPs of the last few years, and follows Eren, Mikasa and Armin through the events of the first series.
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