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Attack on Titan is becoming a multiplayer game, thanks to an anime fan | Spaghetti code

Date: February 25, 2024 Time: 11:12:15

The work that most marked our generation was Attack on Titan because the message was more than clear: humanity will always be the same problematic, no matter how much time passes, conflict will be inevitable.

Although the anime series has already ended, both its manga and anime, it seems that the franchise still has a lot to tell, or at least that’s what the fan of this work, created by Hajime Isayama, decided to turn into a video game.

Via YouTube, user Swammy shared a video in which he presented his project on Attack on Titan, in which he turns it into a multiplayer game and the user can control characters like Eren and others that appeared in the anime.

Meanwhile, each of them has to participate in the battles against the Titans, which makes the game quite exciting and exciting, as well as fulfilling your dream of fighting these creatures, which can be more than 15 meters in size.

The fan also wanted to amaze and surprise everyone with his project, which has two incredible settings: one is a forest and the other is cities, which, although we remember, were the two places where our main characters fought the Titans.

Meanwhile, it looks like this game will also allow players to work as a team to defeat the enemies that come their way, that is, any type of Titan that may appear.

What’s remarkable is that this Attack on Titan game is free to download, so any anime fan can now live out their dream of fighting a Titan, with more updates expected in the future.


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