Attack on Titan 2 Gets New Gameplay Trailer Showing Combat Features

Koei Tecmo shows off the new battle features introduced in Attack on Titan 2, that will give players more tools to bring down the grotesque titans.

on February 1, 2018 7:50 AM

Today Koei Tecmo released a brand new gameplay trailer of its upcoming anime-inspired action game Attack on Titan 2.

The trailer showcases a variety of combat features that we’ll be able to take advantage of while fighting against the titans.

We get to see the omni-directional mobility gear, the “hook drive” maneuver that lets us evade and strike in the same fluid movement, sneak attacks made thanks to the new spyglass, the abilities to call on team members for aid and supplies, titan transformation, the ability to capture titans, the option to use items like bombs and flares, and base building.

On top of that, the titans themselves have new perks, including the danger zone that makes them unpredictable and violent, and the chance of encountering bizarre specimens, including iconic ones from the anime.

You can check out the trailer below. If you want to see more of the game, can also enjoy the latest video showing what you can do in the towna recent trailer displaying Nintendo Switch gameplaythe latest screenshots from Koei Tecmoanother batch of screenshots from last monththe latest story trailer more screenshots introducing more members of the casta recent gameplay trailerthe first gameplay, and even more action which we filmed off the screen of a demo station at Paris Games Week.

You can also read our recent interview about the game in which Koei Tecmo’s Hisashi Koinuma and Hideo Suzuki provided more details.

Attack on Titan 2 will launch in the west for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on March 20th, 2018. The Japanese release will come just five days earlier, on March 15th.

 /  Executive News Editor
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