Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable was announced by Japan-based studio UNIVRS late last year, promising to bring the anime’s high-flying action to VR for the first time. Now the studio says it’s delaying release on Quest again, now targeting launch sometime in the second half of 2024.

Update (November 28th, 2023): First slated to arrive on Quest in Summer 2023, it seems Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable is delayed again, moving from its revised Winter 2023 launch date now to what UNIVRS says will be the “latter half of 2024.” The game is targeting Quest 2, 3 and Pro.

Here’s the full statement from UNIVRS CEO Keigo Fujikawa:

“We have decided to postpone the release date of Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable once again. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to those who have been looking forward to the game as well as to everyone involved. To deliver the highest quality product to players around the world, we need a little more time to complete it. All of us at UNIVRS will continue to work hard to bring you a VR title that you will enjoy even more. We are striving to make Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable more exciting for all of you who are waiting for it, and we appreciate your continued patience.”

The original article detailing the first delay follows below:

Original Article (June 1st, 2023): The studio showed off a pretty slick trailer which includes pre-rendered animations, but no actual gameplay.

Still, much of the rope-swinging action seen in the video, courtesy of the franchise’s iconic omni-directional mobility gear, is undoubtedly doable from a VR locomotion standpoint considering we’ve seen the same movement scheme across a number of VR games, such as Windlands, Yupitergrad, and Jet Island to name a few. It’s possible much of the action seen here could translate directly to gameplay, save a bunch of the smooth lighting effects.

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UNIVRS says Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable is set to feature both single player and co-op modes, and will be available in both Japanese and English, dubbed and subbed.

Here’s how the studio describes the action:

In Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable, players are tasked with taking on unique missions as members of the Scout Regiment. They will need to combine entirely free three-dimensional movement through use of their Omni-directional Mobility (ODM) Gear with cross-range combat in order to defend themselves against killer titans. As players progress, the battle difficulty will increase, so only those with determination and skills critical to making it through to the final battle will survive.

Attack on Titan VR: Unbreakable is coming to Quest 2 and Quest Pro. It’s uncertain whether it’s also targeting other headsets at this time, such as PSVR 2 or SteamVR headsets.

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  • jmmkk

    voglio attack on cazz

  • ViRGiN

    So a 1 year delay. Not looking good.
    Plus isn’t the map from trailer the one that was used in early DK1 rollercoaster demo?

  • Mames

    I’ve been waiting for them to announce this delay for months, and I expect around april/may time they’ll shelve it entirely, not a single piece of gameplay shown, announced a year ago, and never had an official release date listed in the store.

    Now it’s going to come out a year after the finale?!

    Nah, will be cancelled.

    • Average Gamer

      “Now it’s going to come out a year after the finale?!”

      I wouldn’t say a year… The final only just aired this month.

      • Mames

        Considering UNIVRS have said it’s now currently due out the “latter half of 2024.”

        I’d say a year after the finale is pretty much in line with this timeframe.

  • Andrey

    WHAT?! ARE YOU &*^%@%&! KIDDING ME?!
    That’s literally the most anticipated game by me. It’s the reason why I clenched my teeth and bougth a Q3 with 200$ overpayment when my first Q3 was stolen and @$%#*&!^ Amazon never gave me a refund or at least any assistance with trying to resolve the issue. Plus today I got the message than my chargeback request was denied as well. And after that pathetic ending of the AoT series that I was following for the last 10 years… I though “at least AoT Unbreakable will release in December/January, maybe Feburary in the worst-case scenario and all of it will finally worth it”.
    And now, after one huge delay from “Summer 2023” they delayed it AGAIN? And to “late 2024” too? NOW is the moment to release the game! Anime adaptation just ended, everyone is still talking about it, it’s the best time to release something AoT related!
    You know what? *&^% UNIVRS. Their games are something between mediocre and good at best (depending if you are an anime fan in general and fan of a particular series), so I was never expecting a masterpiece from them – even nothing like Omega Force’s AoT games level, – just a good game. I would understand if they showed some REAL gameplay and it looked promising. Or if they announced a separate more advanced Q3 version in development at least. But making a tweet about that they need “a little more time” (ANOTHER HALF A &*^%$@# YEAR AT LEAST) without any other useful information…. Personally I don’t believe in this game and studio anymore. They will need to release something really exeptional to gain my trust again and, based on their attitude towards the game and players who wait for it – they won’t be able to do that.

    • Arno van Wingerde

      My sympathies for your stolen Quest 3, but buying hardware for a game that is not available… seriously? Is this the first time you heart about a game being delayed/cancelled/disappointing?

      • Andrey

        Well, haven’t you heard how some people upgrade their old hardware (I am talking mostly about PCs in general and graphic cards in particular) to something insane before the release of some overhyped games (f.e. Starfield, Cyberbug 2069) that supposed to be “game of the decade” but it ends up to be good at best? I think my situation is not that different really. Not to mention that I wasn’t upgrading from Q2 to Q3 only for this game, from my point it was mostly investment in the future exclusives anyways. What I did for this game – I never sold my Q2 in the spring for 400$+ because I was waiting for it to release in the Summer, so when it was delayed the first time during MQGS I immediately sold it, but for less. And this game just was the one I want to play the most (like the only other game that I cared that much was Assassin’s Creed Nexus and now it’s released, so…).
        My main reason of such frustration is that they had quite a lot of time to develop this game (I just can’t believe that during the first announcement when there wasn’t even a CGI trailer, only some text on the screen, the game wasn’t already in development at least for some time). The first delay is also something I can somehow understand – I really thought it was because of Q3 release and even if there won’t be an enchanced version for it, there will be just more hype about VR in general and some new people who bought a new device and eager for new games . Plus it wasn’t a secret that the last part of the anime series will be released in November (I think?) and knowing how japanese like to release such games alongside the original anime… Finally, knowing UNIVRS, their games are not something exceptional. Like their Little Witch Academia – the same locations (like really something about 5 types or tracks for the whole game), not that many characters, gameplay is pretty basic, story is generic compared to original, etc.. It’s by all means not a AAA or even A game, maybe not even B game, and I truly believe AoT won’t be and exception either – compared to it mentioned Omega Force’s games can be treated as AAA really. So they don’t need 5 years of development to create it. And now they lost a very good opportunity to sell the game well even if it was a typical UNIVRS game. That means only one of two things – they either don’t know what they are doing or trying to jump over their heads (for some reason) when they clearly can’t do that because of the game’s low budget and their team’s relatively small size (based on the cast from LWA at least). In any case, even if it will be cancelled altogether I personally don’t care anymore – they never showed anything really, so there is nothing to loose.

        • Wolf

          Sounds like you live in a bad place and you should have someone home to always get package sec it comes. Let alone SOMETHING that costly, it’s time to put in vac day at work if u can’t have a family/friend home. This is epic troll otherwise then major messing logic of living in bad place and no one home to get the mail.

          • Andrey

            Surprise-surprise, but I live IN A DIFFERENT COUNTRY! In my homeland NOONE and NEVER gives packages – no matter how much it costs – to random strangers, you ALWAYS should provide an ID before getting anything. Hell, even relatives most of the times can’t get it for you without a special paper from government. All those package stealers and leaving stuff on the front yard is completely your country’s thing. And I don’t feel obliged to explain anything further to someone who immdediately starts judging others.

  • Naruto Uzumaki

    Can t wait for dragon ball z in vr I want to fight Frieza on planet namek