Koei Tecmo America has released a trailer for the upcoming Attack on Titan, and it seems the game based on the fabled series may delve into spoiler territory. The Attack on Titan video game goes beyond season one of the anime as revealed in the launch trailer and may spoil some things for fans eagerly waiting for season two, which premieres in 2017.

While manga fans who are up-to-date on the current happenings of the series, this may upset casual fans going into the game who do not wish to be spoiled about the events yet to come. Although we don’t know how far the Attack on Titan video game goes beyond season one, this could be a serious issue for fans. The gameplay showcased in the trailer looks splendid though, and as long as it’s not clunky control-wise, Koei Tecmo may have a semi-hit on their hands.

If you pre-order the game from Amazon, Best Buy, EB Canada, or GameStop, you will be able to access cleaning weapons and Eren and Levi, including a festival costume for Mikasa. Those who pre-order digitally from the PSN or the Xbox Store will receive Attack on Titan avatars.

Staying true to its origins, the game will have the original Japanese voice acting along with English subtitles. This is very cost efficient and is much cheaper than hiring brand new voice actors.

The game will be released by Koei Tecmo on August 30 on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation Vita, and PC, while in Europe it will be released on August 26 under the name A.O.T: Wings of Freedom. It was developed by Koei Tecmo’s subsidiary Omega Force. Regardless of its name, we are very excited about the Attack on Titan video game and hope it lives up to the anime’s legacy.

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