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New 'Attack On Titan' PS4 Gameplay Features Levi Doing What He Does Best

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Koei Tecmo's Attack on Titan game for PlayStation platforms looks to be shaping up nicely. We've received new details about the game in recent months, such as the number of playable characters and the game's inclusion of a hub world, but it has been a while since we've seen brand new gameplay footage.

Thankfully, new gameplay videos (via Anime New Network) have now appeared online to whet your appetite. The videos come straight from Koei Tecmo, which, over the weekend, streamed portions of the game to show off the various "stages" of gameplay. 

Players will be able to play as Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Krista, Sasha, Conny, Jean, Levi, Hange and Erwin, with the game set during the Battle of Trost storyline. Aside from zipping around killing Titans, players can explore the barracks and town to talk with other characters and upgrade their weapons. The game's tutorial will take place in the boot camp that makes up the anime and manga's opening moments, as Eren, Mikasa and Armin train to become soldiers.

We get to see some of that in the gameplay footage below, including the hub world and combat during a mission.

Players will start by speaking to characters in the hub world to accept missions, as seen in the first video below, in which Levi talks to commander Erwin.

Next comes an introductory cutscene that will establish what's happening.

Third, players must use their tactical maneuvering gear to take down the enemy Titans. This is the most substantial piece of footage, in which we see Levi zipping around town slashing at the Titans before completing the mission.

Last, a closing cutscene finishes up the mission.

These videos should give players a good idea of what to expect in the full game. Attack on Titan will release for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in Japan on Feb. 18, with a western release coming later in 2016.

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