Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable was one of the most ambitious titles to be revealed during the Meta Quest Games Showcase event this year. Being developed by the Japanese developer UNIVRS, the VR game was initially slated to launch in the summer of this year. However, as the concept trailer reveals, the game will now come out in the winter release window, which either means late 2023 or early 2024.
The trailer, which is unfortunately pre-rendered footage, provided a short glimpse of Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable. With no gameplay footage out yet, all we know is that players will wield the Meta Quest headset and controllers to emulate the Omni-directional Mobility (ODM) gear just like the Scout Regiment in Attack on Titan.
While the trailer showed the player character taking on a Titan in aerial combat within the walled city, in reality, fans have to wait and see actual gameplay footage. We have fair reasons for apprehension since the mobile-level processor of the Meta Quest 2 is not cut out for games of this scope.
CEO at UNIVRS, Keigo Fujikawa, stated,
“VR game development is as challenging as fighting against titans.”
However, he assured fans that they are striving to deliver the best experience.