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Newest ATTACK ON TITAN PS4 Trailer Showcases the ‘Female Titan’ in Action

Newest ATTACK ON TITAN PS4 Trailer Showcases the ‘Female Titan’ in Action

If you intend on catching everything Omega Force has loaded into their latest trailer for their upcoming Attack on Titan PS4 game, I advise that you keep blinking to a minimum. This 4-minute Japanese spot (viewable above) showcases tons of destructible environments, more 3D-maneuver gear gameplay, some of the enemy Titans (the Female Titan!) you’ll be facing off against, and the game’s 10 playable characters. Also revealed is the totally necessary and stylish ability to forcefully eject off of your mount, using 3D-maneuver gear to propel yourself into the sky. Talk about brilliant! How did they miss the bill on this in Just Cause 3?

The best news about Omega Force’s upcoming project hit the web earlier this month, when Attack on Titan series creator Hajime Isayama announced that he’d be providing new story-based content for the game. From what’s been shown, it appears as if the game will follow the plot of the show’s first two seasons, with Isayama’s new content focusing on building the backstories of the main characters, as opposed to progressing the narrative into the manga’s more current timeline. I can get behind all of this, especially if it means fleshing out the journey of my favorite character, Captain Levi.

Which Attack on Titan character do you plan on swinging around the confines of the epic wall as? Were you as stoked as I was to see the female titan in action? Zip on down to the comments with your thoughts!

Image Credit: Koei Tecmo

Malik Forté is the Gaming Editor of Nerdist and the fearless leader of the White Pants Illuminati. Find his ramblings on Twitter @Malik4play.

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