Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, is the latest entry in the smash-hit franchise, giving fans a chance to experience the third-season of Attack on Titan to its fullest as players prepare to take back the Wall.
In an announcement, KOEI TECMO America has revealed that Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle will officially be headed West on July 5th, 2019, for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This latest version will not just include Attack on Titan 2, which covered the events of Season 2, but it will also expand upon itself, featuring missions from Attack on Titan Season 3.
The upcoming version will also include a Final Battle’s Story mode, allowing players to experience the story through a select character’s point of view with each major hero that is active through the latest season. This new approach will allow players to experience the story in ways never-before imagined thanks to seeing it from each unique perspective, bringing the roster up to a total of 40 unique characters and a brand new ‘Thunder Blade’ weapon.
With over 25+ hours of content to be expected, we can only hope our statement in our review for Attack on Titan 2 remains true, and sees it become something unexpected:
“Even with 20-25 hours in, I still have a lot to do, there’s still a lot of side-exploration to complete and luckily for us all? It’s all well worth it, even if we see inside the walls of Wall Maria more than we’d care to admit or even imagine since we’re doing it all in the name of fun. If you haven’t already, it’s highly suggested you give the Attack on Titan series a chance and once it releases, we highly recommend you snag a copy of Attack on Titan 2, create your character, and get to showing the Titan threat who is boss,” a stance I haven’t second-guessed since my review for Attack on Titan 2 for PlayStation 4 released last year.
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle is set to release on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on July 5th, 2019.
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