Roark’s Attack on Titan is a fan-made game that may defy the future of fan-made video games. The recent impact of the fan-made Naruto game, “Project Shinobi” had raised the bar of what could be expected from independent developers. The Roark’s Attack on Titan is another example of such an influential game that has some serious potential.
The Roark’s Attack on Titan (RAoT) is a fan-made video game focused on the saga of the famous anime series, Attack on Titan. For those who are unfamiliar with the series, Attack on Titan is an anime focused on fictional history, drama, action, and dark fantasy. The series is itself a masterpiece on its own that is loved by fans all over.
If you are a fan of anime games then you’ll also like Project Shinobi: An Open-World Naruto RPG.
The story of upcoming, trust, betrayal, and reality makes the series enriched in insanely detailed emotions, that will make you a part of the story of the show.
About Roark’s Attack on Titan
Roark’s Attack on Titan is developed by Roark (@Roark1643) and is now available for you to download. However, there is two official Attack on Titan games out there that are insanely amazing, and what Roark’s Attack on Titan is focused on is different from the prior. It ditches the Story aspect of the game and focuses on the multiplayer, PvP aspect of the game. There are so many features that the game already offers and we will talk about them one by one.
The game features a total of 10 different modes, mostly accumulated for fast-paced action. These are Deathmatch, Elimination, Regicide, Accumulation, Infection, King of the Hill, Domination, Training, Racing, and Free Roam. Out of these, there are 7 game modes that are focused on PvP style combat but most of these are leaned towards eliminating fellow ODM-gear bearer and not the common enemy, i.e. the Titans.
The usual modes like Deathmatch King of the Hill, Domination, etc are exactly what the name suggests. The one interesting and different mode that stood out was the Racing mode.
Racing Mode- The racing mode indulges players into a race through three different maps with your ODM gear. The goal is to cross the finish line with the highest position you can acquire. This mode is kind of similar to CounterStrike: Global Offensive Surf maps and game mode.
The great part of the game is that it lets players play 12 different characters and all of them are important aspects of the show. The playable characters are Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Jean, Sasha, Connie, Hange, Levi, Lana, Annie, Bertolt & Reiner.
The maps may look simplistic but that doesn’t mean they negatively impact the game. The maps are City, Training Forest, Crystal Cave, Utgard Castle, Arena, Cube Race, Spin Race & Cave Race.
The game supports up to four teams and they have their resemblance from the show. The teams are namely Garrison Regime, Military Police, Survey Corps (Scouts), Training Corps.
Weapons in the game also have a close connection to the show and thus there aren’t many of them. There are namely three weapons to the game for now, and they are the Usual titan special blades. i.e. the Swords, Guns, and Spears.
The HUD is as simple as it could be, making the experience more visually neat. The normal scores stay at the top-mid of the screen and the Kill-feed dwells at the top right. On the bottom right of the screen, you can find the stats regarding your blade health, player HP, ODM-gear fuel, and other details.
Even for a fan-made game, it seriously pulls some heavyweight to it. The first impression of the game may seem a bit dull as in visually not great but that’s not the main intention of the game. There are the two official titles of the series that intend to stuck with the story, whereas Roark’s Attack on Titan focuses entirely on the multiplayer, PvP aspect.
The game brings most of the exciting and classic game modes that are suitable for a PvP game and adds some interesting twists of their own. But even though it is PvP focused, the Titans mode should be the next ‘must-have’ feature. Slicing Titans in a multiplayer mode and the team with the most elimination wins sounds exactly what it is missing.
For such an early version of the game, there are various scopes of improvements and extra additions. The game runs mostly fine and the experience so far has been smooth. We have some high hopes regarding this game and kinda hope that it could have a smooth journey. As far copyright goes, big companies are not very lenient about this stuff so we just hope about that, for now.
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