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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on January 11, 2018

News: You will be able to compete against your fellow scouts or recruit them to work together against the Titans in new online modes.



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Koei Tecmo has revealed the online features for their upcoming action title Attack On Titan 2, along with the next set of playable characters in the still growing new roster. The sequel is coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and digitally on Windows PC via Steam on March 20, 2018.

In Attack On Titan 2, players can enjoy one of the newly introduced online modes to either build friendships or create enemies. Returning from Attack on Titan are the co-operative online modes, alongside an all-new competitive PvP mode where players fight against each other to claim the highest score, and ascend to the top of the leaderboards.

The newly introduced competitive multiplayer option, Annihilation Mode, sees two teams of four Scouts compete to earn the highest score within a set time limit. Defeating the devastating Titans is one of the most important ways to earn individual points and climb the leaderboard. Although, working together is also key as it can earn the team a Chain Bonus through destroying each Titan body part before subjugating them. Building and defending bases is also an efficient way of securing points. With select areas on the map allowing for base development, opposing teams will vie for the location – defending them is of utmost priority.

With Attack On Titan 2’s Annihilation Mode, stopping the opposing team’s progress can be a surefire way of turning the tides during a game. A selection of different items can be used to halt the enemy in their track, including Numbing Bullets which cause the player to be temporarily paralyzed, and Paint Bullets which briefly covers the opponents screen and mini-map. As a match draws to a climactic close, the stakes raise, as in the last minute any points earned are doubled. Within this time, it is imperative for players to work closely and earn as many points as possible to come out in the lead.

Online functionality is not only limited to competitive play, as players are able to take on missions cooperatively in Story Mode and Scout Missions. Gathering a team of close allies during these modes allows them to experience the gripping events while fighting against the Titan threat together.

In Attack On Titan 2, players are able to select one of their favorite characters from a roster of over 30; including their own Custom Scout or one of the newly announced additions - Keith Sadies, Kitz Woermann, Dhalis Zachary and Dot Pyxis.

What do you think about this new development with Attack on Titan 2? Will you be picking it up when it is released later this year?



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