Attack on Titan 2 Shows Gameplay Running on Nintendo Switch and PS Vita in New Trailers

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Koei Tecmo released new trailers for their titan-slaying action game Attack on Titan 2, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on March 20 in North America and Europe, and on March 15 Japan with each platform confirmed with an additional PS Vita release.

The trailers give players a preview of Attack on Titan 2 running on the less powerful hardware options, Nintendo Switch and PS Vita. However, even with that being the case, the game looks to be running smoothly on both of the consoles aside from a dip in graphical quality. With that being said, the west will not be receiving the PlayStation Vita version of the game in exchange for a PC and Xbox One release.

Attack on Titan 2 will follow the events of 2016’s Attack on Titan video game. The game will feature fast action which will mimic scenes from the second season of the anime series. Also, Attack on Titan 2 will have a total of 30 playable characters, with more characters being announced as the game gets closer to launch.

If you want to know more, DualShockers sat down with Koei Tecmo President and Chief Operating Officer Hisashi Koinuma and Omega Force Manager Hideo Suzuki to talk about Attack on Titan 2.

Recently, Oruo Bozad, Petra Rall, Gunther Schultz, Eld Gin, and Moblit were revealed as playable characters. These characters might not be as memorable as Erin or Mikasa, but this will give them a chance to build their character and possibly steal the spotlight from the main cast and show fans exactly what they’re made of.

You can check out the trailers below:

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