Attack on Titan TGS 2015 screenshots, stage event gameplay

Stills and on-stage footage of the upcoming PlayStation game.

Attack on Titan for PS4

Koei Tecmo shared new footage and screenshots of its upcoming Attack on Titan game for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita during a stage event at the Tokyo Game Show.

The game will follow the entire story of the Attack on Titan anime’s first season. To kill a titan, you must slice the nape of its neck, but you’ll also be able to sever its other body parts like its arms and legs in the process. You’ll unite with NPC characters in taking out these giants.

Confirmed playable characters include Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Connie, Sasha, and Jean. Confirmed stages include “Plains,” “Giant Tree Forest,” “Communications Base,” and “Barracks.”

For a full outline of the game’s features, read up on our previous coverage.

Attack on Titan is due out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita in Japan this winter, and in North America and Europe in 2016.

Visit the game’s newly opened official website here. It should be noted that there is a page for downloadable content that hasn’t opened yet. If you missed it, catch the Tokyo Game Show trailer here.

Watch the new footage below, via Koei Tecmo Europe and YouTube user South Planet. View the screenshots at the gallery.

(Off-screen version available at IGN.)

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