Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains Smashes through the Walls of the Nintendo eShop on May 12, Along with a Free 3DS Theme with Purchase!

And a New Characters Trailer Too!

European Version Delayed; Renamed
Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains

Hold on for some important Attack on Titan news! The first official AOT game swings to western shores via Omni-directional Mobility Gear on May 12 for $39.99!

HOWEVER, the downside to that is due to a copyright claim in Europe, the EU version will henceforth be known as Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains, and is currently delayed. We don’t have an exact launch date yet, but we’re shooting for as soon as possible. Stay tuned for more info!

BUT WAIT JUST A MINUTE! Everyone who purchases Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains or Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains will receive a unique Attack on Titan theme for Nintendo 3DS FREE. This theme will not be available for purchase separately, it’s only available by purchasing the game. (But as you correctly inferred, this means both the Americas and Europe will receive the theme!)

Now that the business is out of the way, on to the fun! We have a brand new character trailer for the characters you can play as in Attack on Titan! From the greenhorns like Eren Jager and Armin Arlet to the experienced Levi, the captain of the Scout Regiment, players will be able to step into the shoes of their favorite character and relive the plot of the anime!


About Attack on Titan
Based on the popular manga and anime series, Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains is a download-only title for the Nintendo 3DS. Take on the role of Eren Jaeger, Mikasa Ackermann and other familiar faces from the Scout Regiment to defend the last remnants of humanity. The game has local and online 4-player co-op, and supports the New 3DS XL system’s C-Stick (and the Circle Pad Pro).

If you’re not sure what the whole “Attack on Titan” craze is about, the first two episodes of the anime are available to watch for free on the Nintendo eShop through June 30!

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