PS4/PS3/PS Vita Exclusive Attack on Titan Gets Fantastc Direct Feed Screenshots and New Information

on August 21, 2015 4:59 AM

Today Koei Tecmo released a batch of direct feed screenshots and artwork of the upcoming Attack on Titan game by OmegaForce for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. You can find them at the bottom of the post.

We also get to learn more about the game itself. First of all the city of Trost will have variable weather and time of day, even if the press release doesn’t specify if the change will be dynamic. The cannons on the walls will also be a valuable tool to repel the titans.

The main scenario of the story will focus on the characters and their relationships, with a high dramatic value. The original view of the world of the manga/anime will be respected in the game. Many characters from the anime will appear, featuring their respective voice actors. There will be a number of scenarios focused on specific popular characters,

The game’s battles will provide high tactical freedom mixed with huge boss fights, providing combat that was “never done before in a game.” Players will be able to make full use of the three dimensional maneuver gear and fly freely in the sky. For instance, you can use it to rush to the aid of a companion.

Giants can be fought by cutting parts of their bodies like arms or legs, or by hitting the back of their necks, thanks to the “part destruction” system.

Giants and soldiers will move and fight in the city on their own accord, but the tactical situation will rapidly change due to variation in terrain, caused by environmental destruction like the collapse of roofs or walls. This will influence the options the player will have.

The game will expand on the story of the anime, and the “physical toon shader” used to create the graphics will reproduce the looks of the seies.

 /  Executive News Editor
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