Eren Jaeger better round up the Captain Levi and the rest of the Survey Corps, because there are titans aplenty in this new gameplay video of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains.

Atlus has released a new video showcasing all kinds of gameplay features in Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains for the Nintendo 3DS. Sure, it's portable titan-slicing, but it will still be a grand adventure. The video showed that there will be 4-player online and local co-op included in this game, which will span the entire first season of the series (season two is about two years overdue by the way). Whether you're fighting the Colossal Titan on Wall Maria, saving the Trost District (or being eaten be the god-looking titan) or fighting the Female Titan in the Forest of Giant Trees, we can't wait to recreate our favorite scenes of the anime/manga. And yes, you'll be able to control Eren in his titan form (you really shouldn't be reading about the game if you haven't caught up to the sixth episode of the series yet).

The gameplay feature video above alleviated some of our worries. We get to see that the game does include the second half of the first season (the Female Titan arc) and goes to the areas beyond the Wall. We also get to see a bit of the game's multiplayer, but we're unsure how that frame rate will hold up on the 3DS. Nevertheless, it's interesting to see how slashing the necks of Titans will play out on Nintendo's handheld. We also get to see some alternative outfits, customizable soldiers and different weapons. It's a shame we won't get to see the gun-based 3D Omni-directional Mobility Gear that Kenny Ackerman uses.

Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains will digitally launch for the 3DS' Nintendo eShop on June 30.