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Attack On Titan’s Story Goes Beyond The Anime’s First Season



Attack on Titan’s story isn’t going to be limited to the first season of the anime when it comes to our consoles, handhelds, and PCs. Koei Tecmo has announced that there will be additional, game-exclusive campaign missions that go beyond the fight with the Female Titan in the Stohess District. It also announced both the Armored Titan and Beast Titan as potential foes for the Scout Regiment to face.


Two new trailers go over some of the additional experiences players will have in Attack on Titan. The Gamescom 2016 trailer shows off the Armored and Beast Titans, as well as some of the additional, story extending missions. A live demo has also been released that focuses on Mikasa and her abilities.


Attack on Titan Launch Trailer:


Attack on Titan Mikasa Live Demo Trailer:

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Attack on Titan will come to the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, and PC on August 26, 2016 in Europe. It will arrive in North America a few days later, on August 30, 2016. People who pre-order through Amazon, Best Buy, or GameStop in North America will also receive Clean Up Eren, Clean Up Levi, and Summer Festival Mikasa outfits. The North American PlayStation Store pre-order promotion gives people Eren, Levi, and Mikasa character avatars.

Jenni Lada
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