Attack On Titan 2 Brings the Pain To the Switch

Attack on Titan 2

Koei Tecmo has confirmed that the sequel to 2016’s action title, Attack on Titan 2, will release on the Nintendo Switch along with the same platform the original was available for: PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

The sequel will delve deeply into the narrative of the show’s second season and offer players a handful of new challenges and same type of action found in the 2016 title.

The game will also introduce a newly improved omni-directional mobility gear. The gear gives players advanced freedom of movement and targeting precision. This gives you a better chance at surviving the waves of enemy Titans.

And to add a bit more depth and gameplay variety, the developer, Omega Force, intends on giving players the chance to deepen their relationship with their squad-mates through more advanced RPG elements.

Expect Koei Tecmo to reveal additional details, such as a release date, in the coming months. To tide you over, feel free to check out a few new screenshots below.


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