Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains Available now in eShop
If you haven’t noticed yet that Atlus has released the digital download for Attack on Titan available now on Nintendo 3Ds and 2Ds systems. I would advise you to switch on your system and get to downloading now, but if you are still unsure here is a preview of the game.
- Titan-slicing Action – Fast-paced combat keeps players one swing ahead of death by Titan thanks to the Omni-directional Mobility Gear. Time swings perfectly to line up critical attacks and lay to waste the Titan menace!
- The Expansive World Mode – Customize a Scout Regiment member in either the likeness of your favorite character or as an original creation! Take your new frontline recruit out into the battlefield to slay Titans, collect materials to craft better equipment, and earn money to recruit and train soldiers to join you in battle!
- Dynamic Multiplayer – Join a team of up to four players as you cut a swath of destruction through Titan corpses. Save teammates from the clutches of death, use specialized weaponry to rout fearsome hordes, and coordinate battle tactics to take down the most formidable Titans.
- Included DLC: Sasha and Levi – Originally paid DLC in the Japanese release, story gameplay for Sasha Braus and Levi are included in the North American and European release of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains. You can now experience the main adventure through their eyes, and upon completing their chapters, can customize your World Mode Scout Regiment member with their looks!
Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains is available right now for $39.99 in the Nintendo eShop in North America, but the European version is yet to be released. There is still no word of when that is going to happen, but please be patient in the meantime. Thank you for checking out this preview and I hope you come back as a review will follow. Stay frosty gamers!
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