Attack on Titan 2 Gets New Trailer Showing Features, Story and More

Koei Tecmo released a brand new trailer of Attack on Titan 2 showing single player campaign and multiplayer, both local and online.

on February 15, 2018 4:21 AM

Today Koei Tecmo released a new trailer for the upcoming anime-inspired action game Attack on Titan 2.

The trailer is basically an extensive overview of the game, showcasing its story, characters, and many features, including single player, online multiplayer, and local multiplayer for the PS Vita and Nintendo Switch versions. It’s worth mentioning that the port for Sony’s portable isn’t coming that the port for Sony’s portable isn’t coming to the west, so the Switch is the only console getting local multiplayer around here.

Incidentally, we also get images for the first costume DLC, that will be released in two stages in Japan on March 15th and March 22nd. Further unannounced costumes will come on March 29th, April 5th, and April 12th.

You can check it out below. If you want to see more of the game, can also enjoy the latest trailer featuring the multiplayer modes, another featuring combatone more video showing what you can do in the towna recent trailer displaying Nintendo Switch gameplaythe latest screenshots from Koei Tecmoanother batch of screenshots from Decembera story trailer, and  more screenshots introducing more members of the cast.

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

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 hit the shelves just a few days earlier, on March 15th.

 /  Executive News Editor
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