How Attack on Titan Will Let You Relive The Anime’s Story

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We recently got a glimpse of Attack on Titan’s 3D Maneuver Gear action in its Tokyo Game Show 2015 trailer, and the developers shared a little more on how the story will be told. [Thanks, Zaregoto.]

 

As previously reported, the new Attack on Titan game includes the entire story that we’ve seen from the anime thus far, so those of you who’ve yet to finish or even watch the anime will get to enjoy the game and the story it will tell.

 

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The drama will unfold throughout the game’s vast stages that will look familiar to those of you who’ve watched the anime or read the manga, and there will be more added to the areas.

 

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The above shows some in-game screenshots that depict some of the story surrounding Eren and his comrades.

 

Attack on Titan is in development for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita. Koei Tecmo aim to release the game this winter in Japan, and in 2016 for the west.


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