Also known as “Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom”. Fight on a violent battlefield in which the game changes from moment to moment. Utilizing the “Omni-directional mobility gear” created specifically for battle with Titans allows you to fly freely across and above the battlefield. It’s incumbent upon the Scout Regiment, to which Eren belongs, to travel beyond the Wall and expand the territories of mankind.
Slaying titans is a satisfying, bloody mess thanks to fun and fast combat. The meat of the campaign follows the anime through fun missions and features varied playstyles for each of the characters that matched their personalities well. While the epilogue suffers from serious pacing problems, being able to get through some of its more tedious missions with friends make the extra content a little less of a pain
You spend most of the game slinging through towns and forests like Spider-Man using Omni-Directional Mobility Gear, special machinery used to move through the air and scale heights quickly in order to attack titans. Attacking titans requires you lock onto one of the giant’s limbs and use your ODM Gear to gain speed as you fly towards it–the faster you’re moving, the greater the damage you’ll do, and hopefully slice off its meaty leg or arm with one stroke.
If you can get a titan down on the ground, or you’ve propelled yourself high enough, you can kill the monster for good by aiming for the nape of its neck. It takes some getting used to, and there is some nuance in learning when to deploy your anchors and when to use gas canisters to propel yourself forward or up.