Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle details new weaponry

Deal heavy damage with the Thunder Spear and Gatling Guns.

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle

Koei Tecmo has released new information, video, and screenshots of Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle introducing its new weaponry.

Get the details below, via Koei Tecmo.

In Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, the colossal size of enemies dictates more powerful equipment if the Scouts intend to survive. To up the ante, alongside the traditional Slashing Gear, Scouts can now equip the even more deadly Shooting Gear. Replacing blades for guns allows for long-range attacks along with a variety of different ammo types that offer different types of damage, including: Regular Shot, Scatter Shot, Explosive Shot, Attrition Shot, Numbing Shot and Incendiary Shot Ammo. Re-loading ammo is as easy as replacing gas and blades – though in Final Battle if players release the reload button as the dial hits the ‘yellow’ area, they will achieve a perfect reload and the resource in use will not deplete for a short time. Players can quickly change between the Shooting and Slashing Gear load-outs at supply bases in the field as adapting to the battle situation is key to defeat the Titans.

The impressive Showdown Equipment is also on-hand to provide Scouts a massive increase of power in battle. Two options are available to them; the revolutionary Thunder Spear quickly deals explosive damage to wipe out Titans, and the Gatling Guns unload high levels of magazines which rip through any Titan part in sight. Once this equipment is obtained in battle, and the Showdown Equipment gauge filled, they are able to unleash high damage attacks for a limited period.

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on July 4 in Japan, and on July 5 in North America and Europe.

Watch the videos below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

Anti-Personnel ODM Action #1

Anti-Personnel ODM Action #2

New Equipment: Thunder Spear

New Equipment: Gatling Gun

Titan Transformation

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