Mobile RTS ‘Attack on Titan: Tactics’ Release Window Revealed

During Crunchyroll Games’ panel at Anime Expo 2019, it was revealed that mobile free-to-play RTS game Attack on Titan: Tactics is officially releasing worldwide for iOS and Android sometime in early Fall 2019.

Published by DeNA, Attack on Titan: Tactics is an officially licensed mobile game based on the popular anime series Attack on Titan. Folks that know they want to sling right into the game can go ahead and pre-register now.

For the upcoming Attack on Titan mobile game, players are going to be tasked with building their own elite Scout Regiment to drive out the fearsome Titans and protect humanity. Rather than have players worry about a complicated battle system, the game, instead, will have a more simple RTS system that’ll make it easy to pick up and play for all players. The main modes of play will be “Story,” “Character Episode,” featuring original stories, and “Events” that offers limited-time content, such as holiday-themed events.

Fans of the Attack on Titan series will find plenty of familiar faces as it will feature 38 different characters, including fan-favorites like Eren, Mikasa, and Levi. Each character will be fully voiced as original anime voice actors recorded audio exclusively for the game. Not only that, all characters are going to have various skills and abilities, and will each play a different role. Furthermore, players will be able to create their own personal deck of units as they learn each one’s characteristics.

According to a Crunchyroll Games’ tweet, the global version of Attack on Titan: Tactics will have the same content as the Japanese version.

During the panel, a new trailer was shown showcasing the characters in action, along with the release window, however, that trailer hasn’t been shared via YouTube just yet. For now, here’s the previous trailer:

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Brad Crespo

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