Attack on Titan has taken the world by storm; with a popular manga and anime series, the property has seen a lot of success. After a long wait the 3DS game, Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains is finally leaving Japan and allowing the rest of the world to join the ranks of the Scout Regiment.
The Atlus published game, previously announced for Western and European release during the 1 April Nintendo Direct, will be releasing exclusively on the eShop on May 12 in North America. Sadly, the release for European regions has been delayed, and with this delay comes a change in name as a result of a copyright claim - it'll now be called Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains in Europe, which is the name of the original Japanese release. Atlus has stated it's aiming to resolve the copyright related issues and release in Europe as soon as possible.
On a brighter note, purchase of the game in both regions will also come with a free 3DS HOME theme that will not be available via any other means.
Along with the announcement of the release date, Atlus has released a new trailer showing off the various characters that players can take control of throughout the game. You can watch the trailer below.
Are you excited for this one? What other anime would you like to see turned into games?