New Attack on Titan 2 trailers highlight custom characters and combat mechanics

KOEI Tecmo has released a collection of new trailers for its upcoming colossal action game Attack on Titan 2, based on the worldwide anime phenomenon. In Attack on Titan 2, players will experience the dense battle action the series is renowned for through the eyes of their own Custom Scout; offering a fresh perspective on the series’ iconic events.

Players will experience the Omni-Directional Mobility Gear (ODMG) as they fly into battle against devastating titanic foes, and mastering this equipment is key to ensuring victory and survival. A new b-roll showcases a Custom Scout utilizing the ODMG alongside Eren and Mikasa; fighting swarms of Titans to rescue their squad mates from peril. An exciting look at Titan transformations are also teased as Eren turns into his powerful Titan form to defeat anything that crosses his path.

Attack on Titan 2’s online multiplayer features were detailed for the first time in our Multiplayer Highlight Trailer. In this video, players will be able to take a first-look at the Annihilation Mode; a gripping 4v4 mode where Scouts have to compete for the highest score through defeating Titans and capturing bases. In Story Co-op players can call upon their friends to aid them as they complete the main storyline’s gripping narrative. This is just the beginning as a captivating new online mode featuring playable Titans will be made available after launch; more information on this new mode will be made available in the coming weeks.

The game is currently scheduled for a March 20th release.

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