An Attack On Titan Mobile Game Is Coming To Android

An Attack On Titan mobile game is coming to Android at some point in the future, though before anime fans get too excited it seems that this is only going to be a regional release. According to the details the game is headed for a release in Asia, and users can already register for the game on the website Tap Tap, similar to the pre-registration for the upcoming Devil May Cry mobile game that was recently reported on.

In regards to the type of gameplay, fans of the show will be familiar with the 104th training regiment, and in this new mobile game you will play as a member of this regiment in a first-person view. The combat and gameplay is also being described as being split up into multiple quick time events where you complete combos to initiate attacks on your foes, with all of these events that tie together to progress you through the story. The game is being published by Tencent, the company behind the recently released Arena of Valor MOBA that landed on Android in the U.S. just last month, and will apparently be focused on parts of the story that happen within the first season of the show.

Since this is the case, with the game following the events of the first season it's not immediately clear how long the game will actually be, but chances are that the game will go through a series of updates that add on parts of the story from the second season as well at some point following the game's launch, though there isn't much detail on the game just yet so it's entirely possible the game may not incorporate parts of the second season until later. Another thing to consider is that there is only two complete seasons of Attack On Titan to begin with, so there will need to be some time before there is more content to add to the game if they're trying to stay as true as possible to the source material. That said, it seems this may still be limited to a southeast Asia release, with launches in places like Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and other southeast Asian territories, with no current plans for a release in the U.S. and other Western regions.

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