Get your first look at Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle’s colossal new hero, the Armin Titan

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Get your first look at Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle’s colossal new hero, the Armin Titan

Plus details on the Character Episode and Territory Recovery modes coming in new expansion

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle delivers all of the action from the popular anime home to PlayStation, and that includes storylines beginning with Season 1 all the way through the end of Season 3, Part 2. That’s right, the game is working hand-in-hand with the show’s creators to recreate the most heart-pounding Titan battles (as well as original stories!), including an intriguing character development, the Armin Titan.

“To endure becoming a monster, you have to discard your humanity.”

Armin Arlert

Armin, known to Attack on Titan’s fans as the introverted scout and quick-witted soldier, has eaten the villainous Bertolt in a recent anime episode, leaving the impression that he acquired the power of transforming into the Colossal Titan. And that transformation is already complete in the upcoming game (5th July; PlayStation 4).

Summoning the Armin Titan in the game’s all-new Character Episode mode — a branching storyline that covers all of Season 3 through three different perspectives (the Scout Regiment, the 104th Cadets, and the enemies of humanity known as the Warriors) — players will now be able to play as or call on Armin’s assistance to help smash enemies at will thanks to the giant-sized Armin Titan. Unlocking Armin Titan in Character Episode mode then enables you to experience the fun of pounding enemies as the skinless giant in some of the game’s other modes as well.

But that’s not all of the new Season 3 content included in Final Battle, as the upcoming game also introduces the heroes’ new Thunder Spears into action, enabling players to fire projectiles at Titans for the first time in series history. Add to that the addition of rapid-fire Gatling guns, anti-personnel omni directional mobility gear, and other fantasy weapons, and the showdown between man and Titan has never been more intense.

“The only thing we’re allowed to believe is that we won’t regret the choice we made.”

Hajime Isayama

In addition, Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle includes an all-new Territory Recovery mode, where fans can put together their dream team of Titan killers in hopes of taking back their land, all the while researching and upgrading their weapons to deliver the ultimate impact.

Playing through Territory Recover mode and Character Episode mode, fans can expect at least 30 hours of all-new explosive content at their fingertips, with over 70 hours of gameplay to achieve 100-percent completion. Add in addictive online modes with characters flying across the screen blasting each other with the new Gatling guns and Thunder Spears, and fans of the award-winning anime will have more variety in Titan gameplay than ever before.

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle will be available as an upgrade pack for fans who already own Attack on Titan 2 (enabling you to begin your battle in Season 3), or as a standalone game for those who are starting fresh, delivering all of the action of Seasons 1-3 in one package.

“If you win, you live. If you lose, you die. If you don’t fight, you can’t win.”

Eren Yeager

Attack on Titan fans who are enjoying the show’s latest season can continue the battle on PlayStation, from 5th July!

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  • i guess you just spoiled the plot for ppl who watch the anime, its trash after the reveal anyways tho

  • Wow, what a huge spoiler. As someone who hasn’t caught up on the anime yet this blog is run by complete idiots.

    • Then again by reading just the title, you can easily tell it’s a spoiler. You still chose to read it and watch the video. I wonder who’s the idiot

    • The title is a spoiler in and of itself, I didn’t read the article or watch the video. I got spoiled on something simply by the act of visiting the blog.

  • Can the blog team please ban Hideo Suzuki from ever posting articles again? Thanks for ruining the season [DELETED].

    Edit: Really good to see someone took the time to edit a word out of my post but lacked the common sense to edit the article title and remove the major spoiler, great work there.

    • The profanity filter is automatic.

    • Two things, the word wasn’t profane and if the word was somehow blacklisted and the filter was automatic surely it would apply immediately. It didn’t.

    • The profanity filter is pretty random, sometimes it happens quicker than others or does odd things like remove the post and replace it.

      Also, lots of the “profane” worlds are pretty mild (obviously I can’t give examples). .

    • I’m sorry but word filters don’t work randomly, nor do they delete and replace entire posts. The things you’re describing are done because of human interaction.

    • If they were done because of human interaction then people putting dots and spaces in “rude” words would also be deleted (the moderators often aren’t that quick, you can report spam links and 3 days later they’ll finally get deleted, especially on fridays/weekends).

      The software used for the comments section is pretty buggy in general. The removed and replaced comment thing happens fairly often (you can sometimes see in comment sections how people say “my comment was deleted” only for it to reappear randomly later).

  • why did you spoil the anime?! are you insane?!

  • Wow I’m glad I didn’t wait to watch the new season because that title completely spoils it. I’ve got friends who are waiting for the whole season to come out before watching it and the last thing they expect when they visit the PSN blog is to have AOT spoiled. Please change the title of the article, thank you.

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