More Details Announced for Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom

By Devin McIntyre, 4 months ago
Koei Tecmo gave us a bit more information at Gamescom for their upcoming hack and slash game, A.O.T. Wings of Freedom, based off the popular anime Attack On Titan. As fans of the show likely already know, the game is going to closely follow the plot of the anime, however, there will also be game exclusive missions that will take the story past the first season of the show. These additional missions will allow players and fans alike to experience even more of the Attack on Titan universe than the anime had previously offered. Koei Tecmo also released a handful of screenshots giving us another glimpse into the game:


We also learned that Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom will feature two more monstrous enemies, the Armoured Titan and the Beast Titan. The Armoured Titan is a 50 foot tall creature with incredible speed and strength that can decimate anything in its path. The Beast Titan is a giant ape-like creature that uses huge amounts of force to crush its enemies. These two massive enemies are featured in some artwork below, along with the rest of the adorable little Titans that you'll be working to destroy:



Screenshots and artwork are not all that we got from Koei Tecmo out of Gamescom; they also treated us to 20 minutes of Mikasa gameplay featuring the chapter "Mikasa Ackermann - The World the Girl Saw":


Finally, all of the high paced action and destruction for which you can hope takes centre stage in the game's launch trailer:


Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom is releasing for the Xbox One on August 30th. Those who pre-order through Amazon, Best Buy or Gamestop will receive two bonus costumes, the Clean-Up Eren & Levi Costumes, and the Summer Festival costume for Mikasa.
Devin McIntyre
Written by Devin McIntyre
Devin has been a TA Newshound since 2015 and enjoys watching and competing in both esports and normal sports. Any of his time that is not spent working on school or sleeping is allotted to video games and the gym. He is very good at multi-tasking, as he has been known to watch anime while simultaneously playing video games.