An even more faithful recreation of the Attack on Titan world. Fear the more realistic Titans and enjoy the evolved action system for more versatility.
A.O.T. 2 will feature enhanced Titan movements and attacks, requiring more precise manoeuvres from players. Additionally, it introduces the Monocular; allowing scouts better analysation based on pinpointing Titan positions from afar and attack strategy utilising their Omni-Directional Mobility Gear.
Outside of their excursions, Scouts can also deepen their relationships with fellow comrades by training and preparing battle with the new and improved Town Life gameplay. Strengthening relationships is an important element of A.O.T. 2, providing a greater insight into the series’ cast in a way that has yet to be experienced.
Delving deeper into the series’ fascinating narrative, the game will have fans experiencing the gripping events of the anime’s second season along with versatile action gameplay, all new challenges, and a wide selection of playable characters from Attack on Titan, including some new faces from the second season!
While there were 10 playable characters in the previous release, players can choose from an even larger roster of characters! Over 30 playable characters are planned.
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by Faiq Safwan on October 9th 2018
This is a really great game, very similar to Dynasty Warriors but it has a different take on the game technicals and system. I love how there are other modes to play, not just the main story mode. The best part is you can play as many varieties of titans that has different kinds of powers and such. Worth every penny of my money. Thank you Ozgameshop for your great service in sending the game securely and efficiently!
by Cammy on August 15th 2018
Been playing this for hours! A little difficult to manoeuvre and attack at first but once you get the hang of it it's quite addictive, especially if you're a fan of this anime. The graphics are very cool and also I love the fact that you can customize your own character to fit into the story and also interact with characters you already know o
by Peter on July 2nd 2018
Attack on Titan 2 poses an interesting conundrum - given the title of the game, one would expect that the folks at Koei would have put their focus on two things...attacking and titans, and given it's a sequel, they'd have ironed out the bugs from the first.
This is not the case.
Press X to lock to an enemy and initiate an attack, then press X again at just the right moment to send a Titan glitching through the scene or ground takes Koei's already simplified combat system to a new level of mundane.
Mix short playable battles, a character creator that doesn't let you create a black character, overly long story sequences told by stagnant actors speaking Japanese and a dating sim and you've got the worst total conversion for Dynasty Warriors that Koei have ever produced.
Of course it's not all rain clouds - When you do finally get to play a battle, flying around in the Spiderman gear through a forest or a town is great fun and takes a decent mix of timing and luck to perfect, and there is some satisfaction to getting a perfect hit on a Titans nape and watching them glitch through the ground in a geyser of blood. I will also give the Switch version this as an added plus over the other consoles - the inclusion of wireless LAN play means that once you've shelled out the cash to get the game, you don't have to keep paying for it to play with your friends online.
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