Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death launches March 30 in Japan

Teaser trailer and Treasure Box edition details.

Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death

Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death will launch for 3DS in Japan on March 30, 2017, publisher Koei Tecmo announced.

The game will cost 5,800 yen for the standard physical or download release, and 12,800 yen for the Treasure Box edition.

The Treasure Box edition includes:

  • A copy of the game
  • Visual book
  • Soundtrack
  • Waterproof poster (x2)
  • Large tin badge (x6)
  • Miksasa and Levi 3DS theme with voices download code

First-print copies of either edition includes an Eren 3DS theme with voices download code. First-print copies of the Treasure Box also include an Erwin 3DS theme with voices download code.

The Ruby Party-developed adventure game follows an original story with an original protagonist and is set in an old castle. The player is a member of the Survey Corps investigating the dangerous world “outside the wall,” and must attempt to escape the old castle alongside familiar series characters.

Here is an overview of the story:

While investigating the outskirts of a certain old castle, the Survey Corps are caught in a Titan assault. The ground collapses amid the chaos, and the protagonist ends up falling into an underground part of the old castle. Just narrowly escaping death, the protagonist cannot return to the surface as their Three Dimensional Maneuver Gear has broken. The protagonist links up with a single “partner” and attempts to escape the castle underground shrouded in mystery, but…?

Watch a teaser trailer for the game below.

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