The game will have a graphic style similar to the first delivery on PS3
Since last month Attack on Titan fans received the excellent news that their second installment, Attack on Titan 2 , will also reach Nintendo Switch and PC , covering more gaming platforms and expanding acquisition options. Although there are still no samples of the game running on the new Nintendo console , Koei Tecmo and Omega Force talked about it to calm the doubts of the fans.
In an interview with DualShockers , President and CEO of Tecmo Koei, Hisashi Koinuma and manager of Omega Force, Hideo Suzuki, spoke about the arrival of Attack on Titan 2 to the new Nintendo console. In this regard, Koinuma mentioned that the most important challenge a company has when making games inspired by anime is to try to take them to as many platforms as possible, taking advantage of the popularity of a series in the market at that moment. Koei Tecmo investigated the niche market they could reach in each platform and their results led them to make the decision to launch the game on PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Although images of Attack on Titan 2 running on Switch have not been revealed , Koinuma assured that the development of that version has already begun and it was already possible to display the title on the new Nintendo console. However, there are still doubts about the graphic aspect of the game and when Hideo Suzuki was questioned about the closeness of that version with that of PS4 or, in his case, with that of PS Vita, the executive responded: “the version of Switch is comparable with Attack on Titan on PS3. ”
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