There are many video game fans that may roll their eyes at pre-order bonuses, remembering the days of physical rewards for such early buy-ins. But there are also some who just want to support a game, or are already sold on the idea and want to pre-order, but don’t have the shelf space for another nick-nack. Luckily, Attack on Titan 2 offers choices.
Today, Koei Tecmo announced two different announcements concerning the pre-order of Attack on Titan 2. This includes a Europe-only bonus, and an international bonus.
Fans in Europe can pre-order Attack on Titan 2 in a premium collectible Steelbook featuring the exclusive art of the Colossal and Armored Titans, as well as a few of the series’ heroes. This collector’s item can be pre-ordered through ShopTo.net and other select retailers via Centresoft.
Additionally, those who want a digital reward, or fans outside of Europe, have their own pre-order rewards. The Digital Deluxe version of the game comes with a pack of unique costumes that will be featured in a weekly release after launch.
The costumes acquired depends on the platform it’s played on. In Europe, The Xbox One and Nintendo Switch versions will include a pack of plainclothes costumes for Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Reiner, and Bertholdt. The PS4 and Nintendo Switch versions in Europe, and those who hop onto Xbox One late (within four weeks of launch) will get a DLC pack with plain clothes for Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and Levi.
Meanwhile, in the US, Digital Deluxe and pre-order customers on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch will get plain clothes for Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Christa, Ymir, Reiner, and Bertholdt. For PlayStation 4 players, the pack includes the same style of clothes for Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Levi, Christa, Ymir, and additionally, six PlayStation avatars. Those who miss the pre-order, but buy within four weeks of launch can still get their hands on Eren, Mikasa, Armin and Levi clothes as well.
Finally, all of these bonuses can be worn by the player’s custom scout character, which we’ve caught a glimpse of, along with town life between missions. The costumes can also be worn into battle, which we’ve also taken a look at previously.