‘Attack On Titan’ Will Include Both “Titan Eren” And “Female Titan”

Two destructive powerhouses of Attack on Titan, Eren’s Titan form and the Female Titan will both be present in the upcoming game from Omega Force and Koei Tecmo.

Following two games on the 3DS, mobile titles and an addictive fan-made multiplayer game on PC, console gamers are finally getting a story-driven Attack on Titan game exclusively for the Sony consoles. From Koei Tecmo and developer Omega Force, Attack on Titan will arrive in early 2016 with massive open-world environments and gameplay that focuses heavily on taking down the massive giants upon mastering the Maneuver Gear. At various points in the game, players can also recruit iconic characters from the Attack on Titan universe to serve as party members during select missions.

While the likes of Eren, Armin, Mikasa, Levi and others were previously confirmed to be playable in the title, the latest issue of Famitsu also confirms that Eren’s Titan form will be playable at some point in the game; it has not been stated as to whether or not his infamous transformation will be locked to story events, or if it’s an easily accessible gameplay perk. An exceptional threat to the Cadet and Survey Corps, the Female Titan will also make an appearance in the game. The 13th Commander of the Survey Corps, Erwin Smith will also be present in Attack on Titan:

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Attack on Titan will release for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita on 2/18 in Japan; North American versions have also been confirmed, and are expected to arrive sometime in 2016.

Source: Famitsu
Images courtesy of Famitsu, Koei Tecmo, Omega Force

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