Attack on Titan screenshots introduce Titan Eren, Female Titan, more

Latest screenshots of the upcoming Koei Tecmo game.

Attack on Titan

Koei Tecmo and Omega Force have released a new set of Attack on Titan screenshots introducing the recently confirmed Titan Eren, Female Titan, and more.

Get the details below.

Characters

  • Survey Corps
    • Erwin Smith
    • Mike Zacharius
  • Military Police
    • Nile Dok
    • Hitch Dreyse
    • Marlo Freudenberg
  • Titans
    • Titan Eren
    • Female Titan

Titans

By controlling Titan Eren, you can enjoy the game differently than you would playing from the perspective of a soldier. There are Titan-unique actions including building destruction, actions to blow back titans, and more.

Weapon Development

Players can develop new equipment at the camp. By changing your equipped weapon, you can strengthen your character’s actions. A large number of game-original equipment is being prepared.

Stage

The “Stohess District” has been confirmed as a playable stage. This is where you’ll fight the Female Titan.

Attack on Titan is due out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita on February 18 in Japan, and next year in North America and Europe.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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