Koei Tecmo has revealed five more playable characters to their upcoming game Attack on Titan 2, bringing the currently known number of playable characters to 25. You can read more about the newly revealed characters right below.
A graduate of the 104th Cadet Corps. His performance as a Cadet was not enough to put him in the top ten of his year. He applied for the Scout Regiment after coming into contact with Eren’s powerful desire to eliminate the Titans. He was attached to the same squad as Eren during the Defense of Trost District.
A graduate of the 104th Cadet Corps. Her performance as a Cadet was not enough to put her in the top ten of her year. She applied for the Scout Regiment after coming into contact with Eren’s powerful desire to eliminate the Titans. She was attached to the same squad as Eren during the Defense of Trost District.
Commander of the Military Police Regiment. Due to his position, he values maintaining order within the Walls over all else. This leads him to advocate for Eren’s speedy punishment during the Special Military Tribunal that decided his fate.
A new recruit in the Military Police Regiment who has been dispatched to the same Stohess District branch as Annie and Hitch. He plans to someday reform the now-undisciplined and corrupt Regiment into a just organization.
A new recruit in the Military Police Regiment who has been dispatched to the same Stohess District branch as Annie and Marlo. While she joined the Regiment in hopes of an easy life, she finds herself dissatisfied there, stuck with work forced upon her by her superiors.
Attack on Titan 2 Playable Characters Include Mina & More
Koei Tecmo has said that there will be over 30 playable characters in total. In addition to the default playable characters, you will be also able to create your own character that will join the 104th Cadet Corps and the Scout Regiment as you get to experience the story from the first two seasons of Attack on Titan anime from your own perspective.
Attack on Titan 2 will be released on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Steam, and Xbox One simultaneously worldwide in March 2018. In Japan, the Xbox One release is being replaced with PlayStation Vita.
[Source: Koei Tecmo]