Attack on Titan game to add online four-player co-op via major update [Update]

Japanese downloadable content schedule outlined.

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Koei Tecmo’s Attack on Titan game for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita will add online four-player co-op via a major update on March 24, the publisher announced.

Online co-op play included, the update will feature more than 10 additions, like titan models that you can decorate the camp area with.

Outside of the update, Koei Tecmo confirmed the game’s paid downloadable content release schedule in Japan:

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February 18

  • “New Year” costumes and weapons

February 25

  • “Festival” costumes and weapons
  • Additional Episode: “Wings Requirements”
  • Two other additional episodes

March 3

  • “Halloween” costumes and weapons
  • Additional Episode: “Iron Wall”
  • Two other additional episodes

March 10

  • “Christmas” costumes and weapons
  • Additional Episode: “Survival Competition”
  • Two other additional episodes

March 17

  • Complete additional costumes set (16 costumes)
  • Complete additional weapons set (four weapons)
  • Complete additional episodes set (nine episodes)

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

Thanks, Re: Zaregoto.

Update 02/12/16: View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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