Pre-Order Goodness for A.O.T. Wings of Freedom

By Ashley Woodcock, 6 months ago
There's only a couple more months left until the release of developer Omega Force's A.O.T. Wings of Freedom and those who would like to get a little extra with their purchase, will be pleased with the new pre-order details that have been released. There's a few different retailers gamers can order from to get their hands on different bonuses.

Rice Digital, a UK-based website and online retailer with a passion for Japanese games, will be offering the standard edition of the title with pre-order DLC. The pre-order DLC is the Mikasa Festival Costume for one of the characters in game. Pre-order this edition via Rice Digital right here.

A.O.T. Pre-order Screen 2


Those who pre-order from Amazon, Best Buy, EB Canada and Gamestop, can get their hands on the "Cleaner's Weapon and Costume for Eren and Levi as well as Mikasa's Festival Costume".

Centresoft, a Birmingham-based video game distributor has another exclusive, although the listing is the same as what Rice is offering with the Treasure Box and other bonuses. Pre-orders with GAME will net you the Cleaner's Weapon and Costume for Eren and Levi, and pre-orders with Amazon and independent retailers via Centresoft will give players the Mikasa Festival Costume.

A few new screens have been released showcasing some of the pre-order items in action. Eren and Levi prepare to clean up, and we also get to see the Mikasa Festival Costume about to be ruined in fight:

A.O.T. Pre Order Screens 01




To finish up, we have a couple of videos showcasing the game's battle system. Both videos were released last month but just incase you haven't already checked them out, catch up with details on the battle system in both parts one and two:





A.O.T. Wings of Freedom is still set to release for the Xbox One on August 26th in Europe and August 30th in America.
Ashley Woodcock
Written by Ashley Woodcock
Assistant News Manager for TrueAchievements and member of the Newshounds team since 2010. Lover of completions, tough achievements, shooters, action, adventure and racing titles, hip-hop, NBA, and my Scooby. Finding it hard to pull myself away from The Division and its dangerous Dark Zone.