Attack On Titan VR Is Launching In Early Access Very Soon

Don't run into any Walls.

After being revealed all the way back in 2022, and at the time aiming for a launch in 2023, Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable has finally reappeared and is getting an “early access” launch on Meta Quest 2, 3 and Pro headsets very soon on July 23rd.

Priced at a very affordable $4.99 USD, the early access version of Attack On Titan VR will feature the first two chapters of the game, totalling out at around 2-3 hours of gameplay. You’re able to wishlist it on the Meta Store right here.

“We have heard fans’ voices from the Attack on Titan community and are eager to give them what they want,” Keigo Fujikawa, CEO of UNIVRS wrote in the accompanying press release. “You have been patiently waiting since we first announced Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable in 2022, and are thrilled to share all of our hard work with audiences.”

Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable aims to give players the most immersive official AoT VR experience, strapping them into the Omni-Directional Mobility Gear to take down titans at breakneck speed, across various objectives within the inner Walls. The game will also feature voice actors from the English and Japanese anime cast reprising their respective roles.

Unfortunately, the reception to the new trailer shown ahead of the launch hasn’t been overly kind, with commenters criticising the simple-looking visuals and comparing it to the many Attack on Titan VR fan games that have popped up at one time or another – most of which have been built for PC VR and not bound to the hardware restrictions that come with supporting the Meta Quest 2. It’s hard to really know how it’s all going to pan out until the game is in players’ hands though, and hopefully the core act of swinging through town streets and slaying titans is as satisfying as it should be.

You can watch the new trailer below:

And, for comparisons sake, the “First Concept” trailer for the game that debuted just over a year ago: