Attack on Titan 2 Gets New Screenshots Introducing More Characters
Attack on Titan 2 introduces more playable characters with screenshots and artwork: Oruo Bozad, Petra Rall, Gunther Schultz, Eld Gin and Moblit.
Today Koei Tecmo released a new gallery of screenshots of the upcoming action game Attack on Titan 2.
The new characters will all be playable and are Oruo Bozad, Petra Rall, Gunther Schultz, Eld Gin and Moblit.
A member of the Scout Regiment’s Special Operations Squad handpicked by Levi. He currently holds the record for most Titan subjugations within the Squad. He often imitates Levi’s speech mannerisms as a show of respect but he would, unfortunately, stumble over his own words.
A member of the Scout Regiment’s Special Operations Squad handpicked by Levi. Although she has a small build, she currently holds the record for most subjugation assists within the Squad. She seems to have known Oruo, another member of the Special Operations Squad, for a long time as the two are very blunt with one another.
A member of the Scout Regiment’s Special Operations Squad handpicked by Levi. He has absolute faith in both Levi and Erwin and would unflinchingly follow their every order. Though, he has a stern personality and would typically avoid having small talk with others.
A member of the Scout Regiment’s Special Operations Squad handpicked by Levi. He acts as the Squad’s second-in-command and will typically lead them when Levi is absent. He does not focus on individual battle records believing that a soldier’s worth cannot be measured by their subjugation count.
A member of a Scout Regiment squad under Hange’s leadership. He often acts as Hange’s assistant in her missions and at times, as her tamer whenever her hobbies rUn wild.
For each character, we get a screenshot showing them in action, and one piece of character artwork.
You can check out the screenshots in the gallery below. If you’re interested in how the game actually plays on PS4, you can enjoy the first gameplay and more which we filmed off the screen of a demo station at Paris Games Week. We also heard from Producer Hisashi Koinuma himself why the game is being ported to the Nintendo Switch.
Attack on Titan 2 will launch in March 2018 worldwide, with no actual date set for now. It’ll be for PS4, PS Vita, Switch and Steam in Japan, while the western market will predictably skip PS Vita, and get an Xbox One version instead.