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Watch New Footage of Attack on Titan 2 Gameplay on Nintendo Switch and PS Vita

Publisher Koei Tecmo and developer Omega Force announced back in September 2017, that they were working on a new Attack on Titan sequel, based on its predecessor, but more challenging, with more humans to choose from, and this time to defeat the terrifying titans.

Attack on Titan 2 offers 37 playable characters, each one with different weapons and skills, and this time, “Players will be able to create their own custom Scout in Attack on Titan 2, an all-new addition to the series, offering a fresh perspective on the events of both seasons of the worldwide anime hit, Attack on Titan. With enhanced Titan movements, Scouts will have to strategically use a plethora of new abilities in order to survive; from evade-style attacks like the hook drive ability to long-range sneak attacks – carefully strategized with the help of the new monocular too,” explains Koei Tecmo America.

They’ve also released two new gameplay trailers, one on Nintendo Switch, and the second on PS Vita, and to be honest both trailers are pretty impressive looking.

Nintendo Switch Attack on Titan 2 Gameplay Trailer

PS Vita Attack on Titan 2 Gameplay Trailer

Attack on Titan 2 is an upcoming video game, developed by Koel Techmo and Omega Force, set to release on PS4, PS Vita, PC and Nintendo Switch in Japan on March 15. Five days later, on March 20, the game will launch for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch users from NA and Europe.

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