The game will be releasing July 5th in the West, while a day earlier in it’s native lands of Japan. The expansion will also be arriving on all the same platforms, being PS4, XB1, Switch and PC.
Along with this, we also have some insight as to what this Expansion will offer. The meat of the content will focus on the third season of the Anime, making the total character tally at over 40, as well as new weapons, new original episodes and more! A new mode has also been confirmed known as Wall Reclamation Mode, which sounds quite like the basics of an Empires game. You form your own non-canon Squad, and go out conquering and defending territories from the Titans.
A few final details, for those who already own the original Attack on Titan 2 game, there will be a downloadable upgrade pack available, that will offer all the additional content “Final Battle” will bring to the table.
Now to leave this post off, have a gander at the new trailer that came with this announcement!
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It has been a while since we have had any news related to KOEI Tecmo’s Attack on Titan series, and while we are not getting whiffs of a third entry to the series, there has been some interesting news surfacing out of Taiwan.
While KOEI Tecmo have not announced anything formally themselves, the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee has rated a title called Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, listed for Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC (XBOX One didn’t get a release in Taiwan, it’ll likely receive equal treatment in the West). Along with this news a ‘Final Battle Upgrade Pack’ (also listed for same platforms) has been rated, meaning it is likely that whatever the ‘Final Battle’ edition of the game has on offer, if you own the original game you can purchase the content presumably at a cheaper price.
We will have to wait and see a little longer when KOEI Tecmo announces the title themselves with what it will actually offer, and if it is worth us revisiting the game.
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