There are ten playable characters:
Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Krista, Sasha, Connie, Jean, Levi, Hange, and Erwin.
The story is intended to let users experience the first season of the anime from beginning to end.
Depending on where the story is, the character you control will change.
Scenes from the original work, highlights for each character, and so on are being created as proper events.
The story has been produced well enough people who don’t know of the original work to understand the story of Attack on Titan.
There will be original episodes not featured in the original work by the original author and supervising editor that shed the spotlight on characters.
In addition to the story mode, there is an “Investigation Outside the Walls Mode”
where you can go about various missions playing as your favorite character. This mode can be used for character development, finding weapon materials, and gathering funds.
After clearing the story mode, a Warriors-style “Free Mode” unlocks where you can play stages with your favorite characters.
During battles, you’ll move along and fight throughout the stage to achieve the stated goal. In the middle, sub-missions like “Save So-and-So from a Dilemma” will occur. There are also hidden missions.
Players will be able to customize their weapons’
durability, sharpness, gas capacity, wire shot range, and movement speed based on their play style.
There are a large number of original weapons, including Japanese sword-style blades.
When you defeat Titans
who have swallowed soldiers, you may be able to recover their items.
Sometimes, you’ll be able to recover resources from titans. You can use these resources to forge and develop new weapons.
The nape is a titan’s weakness, but there is a good reward for those who destroy all of its parts, like its arms and legs.
As you use each character and increase the amount of time you practice, new skills will unlock.
Almost all the buildings in the city can be destroyed