Attack on Titan TACTICS coming this summer


Attack on Titan TACTICS mobile game is due to a release for Android and iOS this summer. The game is already available in Japan with the summer release hitting North America and Australia. News from Tokyo came on April 10, 2019, and they said that Crunchyroll Games will be supporting marketing efforts for the game in Canada, the U.S. and Australia. These are the first countries that will get the game. 

Developed by DeNA, Attack on Titan TACTICS is an FTP mobile game app, based on and officially licensed by the Attack on Titan anime series, which enjoyed high critical and commercial success in the past decade. It is in the strategy genre, where players build their Scout Regiment and battle against Titans to protect the people, just like the characters in the show.

“DeNA is excited to launch our officially licensed game app based on the popular anime series, Attack on Titan. With a real-time battle system that’s easy to pick up and play, must-see battle animations, gorgeous character illustrations, and original stories, we’re confident that anime fans and gamers alike will love this strategy game” – said Shigenori Kobayashi, who is the Producer of this Attack on Titan TACTICS game.

Players will have the “Story” mode as the main source of content, which covers the first season of the original anime. Also, there are already plans in place to add season two, “Character Episode”, and “Events” that will feature original stories. Also, the players will have holiday events and limited-time available content to enjoy.

Attack on Titan TACTICS launch will bring us 38 characters initially, with the likes of Eren, Levi, Mikasa, and other fan favorites. They will all come with original voice-overs, recorded by the voice actors exclusively for the Attack on Titan TACTICS mobile game. Every character will have his own special skill set, abilities, roles, and leader statuses. As a payer, you will compose your own unit deck and learn about each and everyone’s characteristics, weapons, and such. Over 70 unit types are coming our way this summer.