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‘Attack On Titan’ Reveals Images Of Pre-Order Bonuses 

‘Attack On Titan’ Reveals Images Of Pre-Order Bonuses 
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‘Attack On Titan’ Reveals Images Of Pre-Order Bonuses 

Attack On Titan: Wings of Freedom has been one of the most anticipated games of the year in the anime community. While the Japanese version of the video game is already available to play, the Western version is set to release on August 26 in the U.S. and August 30 in EU this year.

Koei Tecmo released official pictures as a teaser to extra bonuses included in the pre-order.  The pictures reveal bonuses already included in the Japanese version. However, the costumes we are familiar from the animated series is available for Eren and Levi in the new Western version. Mikasa’s festival costume is also included!

According to Forbes, the U.S. bundles containing the bonus feature will be available for purchase in every retail store. In the case of Europe, the costume set is separated into different bundles; some stores would be selling the cleaning costume, whereas some would be selling the festival costume.

If gamers are planning to purchase the digital version in the PlayStation store, the copy will contain extra avatars instead of costumes included in the physical bundle. The avatars can be used on the PlayStation Network.

Although it is disappointing for EU fans, Forbes also confirmed they will instead get a chance to get their hands on a collector’s edition boxset that includes trinkets, an art book, muffler towel, six pin badges, the game’s soundtrack and a download code to gain  access to a new costume for Armin. There has been no official confirmation for the box’s arrival in the U.S. Perhaps it could be an exclusive version for EU.

Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom is currently available in Japanese for PS4, PS3 and Vita. The U.S. and EU version will be releasing for PC and Xbox One soon. If you still haven’t caught a glimpse of the battle trailer. Take a look at it below.

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