"Attack on Titan" is an anime segment that has surpassed expectations. Despite the sequel of the anime series being delayed, enthusiasts can still get to enjoy the forthcoming "Attack on Titan" game. However, with its looming release date on the horizon, many are wondering on whether the titans could destroy the strong legacy that "One Piece: Burning Blood" and the "Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4" have begun.
With Koei Tecmo's "Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom" heading to Western markets in August, attendees of London MCM Comic Con, which took place over the weekend, had a chance to get an early preview by way of a playable demo, reports Twinfinite.
The demo put players in the shoes of the anime's primary protagonist Eren Jaeger during a training mission and the Colossal Titan's attack on Wall Rose, and when playing "Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom," one element stands out above all others, and it is the movement, as noted by the same post.
The "Attack on Titan" manga and anime still retain some of the strong emphasis. It is, for one, the utilization of the Vertical Maneuvering Equipment that the Survey Corps use to battle Titans along with scenes committed to flaunting the speed and versatility of movement attained by those that are adept in its concept.
More report from iTech Post has disclosed that "Attack On Titan" game would be in the limelight at the forthcoming E3 2016 and would be released alongside "Nioh" and a mystery game that has not been named just yet.
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Moreover, strong points of the game also revealed how the game is able to emulate freedom -- granting the player with the freedom of movement. Owing to that, the forthcoming "Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom" game has the capability to outrun other game segments such as "One Piece: Burning Blood" and "Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4."
Attack On Titan Game, 2016. pic.twitter.com/Dwz2O0Zyga — Attack On Titan (@KyojinShingeki) August 5, 2015
Freedom of movement is the biggest element that Koei Tecmo's "Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom" has. With the notion of "Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom" outmaneuvering "One Piece: Burning Blood" and "Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4," that remains a mystery for now.