Koei Tecmo’s Attack on Titan 2 to launch for PS4, Switch, PS Vita, and PC in Japan [Update]

First screenshots of the upcoming sequel.

Attack on Titan 2

Koei Tecmo’s Attack on Titan 2 will launch for PlayStation 4, PS Vita, Switch, and PC via Steam in Japan in early 2018, the company announced at Tokyo Game Show 2017.

Here are a few key points about the game shared by Koei Tecmo:

  • 3D Maneuver Gear actions are more diversified.
  • Titan movements have evolved, making battles more exhilarating.
  • Players can experience the story of the second season of the television anime.
  • The amount of playable characters in Attack on Titan 2 has significantly increased from the 10 playable characters in Koei Tecmo’s first Attack on Titan game. (A specific number was not announced.)
  • Players will be able to have deep exchanges with the characters from the original work.
  • [???] can be created.
  • [???] Mode has been implemented.

And here are a few more screenshots of the game:

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Attack on Titan 2

Platforms have yet to be officially announced for North America and Europe. However, the game has shown up at online retailers with listings for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Visit the official Japanese website here.

Update 6:20 a.m.: View a set of direct-feed screenshots at the gallery.

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