A.O.T. 2 Final Battle is coming to PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One in July

Koei Tecmo has announced that A.O.T. 2 Final Battle will be released in early July. It will come to PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One and will give players the chance to “create their own corps, and fight to recover the land outside of the walls, in the action-packed Territory Recovery Mode.”

On starting A.O.T. 2 Final Battleplayers are able to name their corp and create a custom emblem. They’ll also assign a commander from any of the game’s nearly 40 playable characters. 

A.O.T. 2 Final Battle takes place over the first 50 chapters of the manga, which is the same story covered in the first two seasons of the anime. 

A.O.T. 2 Final Battle

In the game’s Territory Mode there are two rounds; Base Phase and Outer Campaign Phase.

In Base Phase, players freely “roam around to socialise with allies, use materials to prepare and upgrade equipment, and prepare themselves for the battle ahead. The Outer Campaign Phase sees scouts “venture outside of the walls in this thrilling section in the hopes to claim land back for humanity.”

In Attack on Titan 2, players are able to use Slashing Gear. They equip blades with their ODM and can use them to slice while they use Shooting Gear to use guns. 

Shooting Gear provides the choice between One-Handed Attacks, allowing for easy targeting and evasion of Titan parts in exchange for faster gas consumption and lower damage attacks, or Two-Handed Attacks which deal massive damage while making it harder to evade incoming hits

Finally, Scouts can use the Thunder Spear, which is designed to take down the Titans. 

A.O.T. 2 Final Battle will be released on July 5 and those who purchase on PS4 and Xbox One in the first month will get the “Queen of Historia costume for Christa, Young Male Coat for Kenny, Plain Clothes (Underground City) for Levi, and One-piece Dress costume for Mikasa.”

Check out the new trailers below and get ready for A.O.T. 2 Final Battle on July 5 for PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One. 

Leo Stevenson
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