Attack On Titan Gains Five New Trailers Showing Playable Characters And More
(Last Updated On: May 13, 2016)

Attack on Titan fans who aren’t up to date with the latest trailers have a bombardment of video trailers to catch up on. Showing Mikasa, Eren and Armin, the three videos are joined by two battle system tutorials in singular form and with teammates. AOT: Wings of Freedom  by Koei Tecmo and Omega Force will come out August 30th for PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One and PC.

The latest videos dive straight into the characters and how they fare in battles, with dynamic snippets lasting around a minute. The three videos focus on Mikasa, Eren and Armin, though I would’ve preferred to have seen Levi in the place of Armin — but that’s just me. Moreover, the combat is mixed with in-game cut-scenes that provide viewers a prep before the titan-slaying begins.

To be honest, when the videos have no HUD they make the game look somewhat different from before. For instance, it makes the game look more like an actual cut-scene in certain instances, but nonetheless Koei Tecmo’s Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom looks pretty solid.

Looking over to the battle system, little notes are displayed throughout both the single and team work trailers warning that attacking a titan head on is a bit dangerous, if they aren’t distracted or dismembered. Other notes are displayed throughout the two battle system videos that I think may prove to be useful when handling a titan in-game.

Furthermore, for those wondering if these videos contain any spoilers to the anime or the future of AOT: Wings of Freedom, they don’t. So it’s safe to watch them if you are curious. With that said, they are eligible to view thanks to Koei Tecmo Europe LTD.

Those psyched to get their hands on Attack on Titan will be able to do so in Europe on August 26th, while those in North America will be able to get it on August 30th, for PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One and PC.


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