Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable Gameplay Ushers In The Early Access

Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable — Gameplay

The Early Access for Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable is on the way with a bit of the gameplay for this Attack On Titan title now

Get the VR headsets warmed up as it looks like you might be able to play with Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable very soon. In fact, it looks as if UNIVRS is gearing up to give us all Early Access on the various Meta Quest devices before the end of the month. On July 23rd to be exact, any of those Attack On Titan fans who want to have this VR experience in their homes will be able to do just that. That would be when the Early Access for the game kicks off so you can see what the first two chapters of the game will hold. Along with giving some feedback to the team so it can become the game that all of those fans out there will want to experience for themselves.

If you are not looking to take part in the Early Access or want to see some of the gameplay for Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable before making any kind of commitment, then you are in luck today as well. That is, we have a bunch of the early gameplay to see the state of the game and just how well it will function once we have it in our own hands. There is a lot of grappling around with the ODM and a lot of slashing at various parts of the random Titans we see out there in the world. Most of them look like the generic ones from Attack On Titan but they have to start somewhere before offering up the more iconic ones. All so we can better perfect flinging ourselves around and going in for that neck slice that seems to be the end goal for each of these attacks we are making.

Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable — Gameplay

Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable, the first-person action-adventure VR platformer based on the highly-acclaimed manga that has been circulated around the world to over 120 million fans, reels onto Meta Quest Pro|2|3 via Meta Quest Store Early Access on Tuesday, July 23, 2024. Early Access will consist of the first two chapters, each offering 2-3 harrowing hours of action.

Join the Scout Regiment and help defend the human race from the onslaught of Titans that have broken through Wall Maria. Quickly zip across the districts within the inner walls using Omni-Directional Mobility (ODM) Gear to scout for incoming threats. Team up with fellow regiment members and protect the unsuspecting civilians from the Titans’ rampage.

Pick up a set of dual blades and swing head-first into battle as an aspiring recruit. Complete timed objectives including outpost defense, securing supply drops to aid fellow soldiers in combat, and slashing towering Titans as they increase in difficulty. Earn more stars for extra points to unlock better equipment like upgraded blades and firearms, as well as new skills and abilities.

Become fully immersed in exploring the inner walls and surrounding areas through Virtual Reality. Experience the horrors of the Titan invasion traversing through the cityscape, zooming by buildings ranging from two to eight stories tall with accurate scaling. Feel the nostalgia as voice actors from the English and Japanese versions of the anime reprise their roles in Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable.

Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable will launch Tuesday, July 23 on Meta Quest Pro|2|3 via Meta Quest Store Early Access. It will support Japanese and English voice acting alongside subtitles for both languages.

While I am sure that all of the frantic nature of this works for Attack On Titan, watching it all for a video game feels like it is going to get nauseating very fast. Even watching it in the flatscreen mode that we have here feels like it would be a bit more frantic than needed, so I cannot imagine how hard that is going to be in VR. Especially when we have to time the movements and the swings of the blades to strike too. Maybe there will be something better for the VR locomotion and this is all just early worries for it all. I just do not see how they are going to get all of the motions perfected in Attack On Titan VR without some vast VR sickness to overcome. Maybe that is just my take on it all and it will function just fine for all of those fans out there giving it a shot.

Will you be trying to get in on the Early Access for Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable or will you hold off for a bit? Does the gameplay feel like it will be too frantic for a VR setting or will that be something quickly ironed out? Will we get to see all of the Titans in the game and then the various other aspects of it all that fans have grown to love? Shoot on down to the comment section to discuss it all and let those thoughts be known out there. When there is more for Attack On Titan VR: Unbreakable, we will certainly share it all here. Please keep on checking back in for all of that and everything else that we have to offer up along the way for you.

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