Mobile RTS ‘Attack on Titan Tactics’ Has Launched With New Trailer

Publisher DeNA has launched Attack on Titan Tactics, an officially licensed free-to-play mobile RTS game based on the anime series Attack on Titan, on iOS and Android.

In Attack on Titan Tactics, players build and deploy an elite team of Scouts to defend their base from a relentless onslaught of Titans. Fans of the Attack on Titan series will find plenty of familiar faces as the game features 38 unique characters, including fan-favorites like Eren, Mikasa, and Levi. Each character is fully voiced as original anime voice actors recorded audio exclusively for the game. Not only that, all characters have various skills and abilities, and each one plays a different role. With these characters, players are able to create their own personal deck of units that fits their playstyle.

In celebration of the launch of Attack on Titan Tactics, special in-game events and rewards are available for a limited time. The Levi Squad Gacha, available now through October 3, 10:59 PM PDT (details are subject to change without notice) provides players with a chance to obtain a 5★ recruit from the Levi Squad (Captain Levi, Scout Regiment Petra Rall, Levi Squad Oruo Bozad, or Levi Squad Eld Gin). More details on this event are available in the in-game gacha menu.

All players will also receive an in-game reward of 300 Crystals (good enough for 10 attempts to recruit new troops to your team) as a reward for reaching the goal of 70,000 total pre-registered players prior to the game’s launch. All players who download the game from now through October 17, 7:59 AM PDT (details are subject to change without notice) will receive this reward.

In case you missed it, check out our preview of the game. To witness Attack on Titan Tactics in action, watch the launch trailer below:

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Brad Crespo

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