Attack on Titan details Titan form, E3 2016 trailer

Attack on Titan game due out in late August.

Attack on Titan (Koei Tecmo)

Koei Tecmo has released the E3 2016 trailer for Attack on Titan, its upcoming game based on the anime and manga of the same name.

Additionally, Koei Tecmo shared details on Erren’s Titan form:

Following the plot-twisting events of the hugely successful anime series Attack on Titan, players will be able to take control of protagonist Eren’s powerful Titan form and get up close and personal with the eerily human-like creatures! Transforming into this titanic beast replaces Eren’s ODM gear and blades with fists. A first English language demo featuring this game-changing ability will be present at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2016 in Los Angeles from June 14 – 16.

Koei Tecmo America also released a new gameplay trailer showcasing the newly-revealed feature’s unique play-style! This action-packed new trailer features Eren’s explosive transformation, as well as the game’s main playable characters, and focuses on the fast-paced battles, towering Titans, and claustrophobic atmosphere of Attack on Titan. A variety of new screenshots were also released today, showcasing a selection of the stages where players will fight against the Titans; from the evacuated streets of the Stohess District to the open plains outside of the walls!

Attack on Titan is due out physically and digitally for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and digitally for PC, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita on August 30 in North America and August 26 in Europe (as A.O.T. WIngs of Freedom).

Get the trailer and gameplay below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

Trailer

Gameplay

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