Atlus is bringing the latest version of Spike Chunsoft’s Attack on Titan game, Humanity in Chains, to western shores. The title was announced today during the Nintendo Direct, and you can check out the trailer and screenshots below.

Attack on Titan supports local and online cooperative play for up to four, and if you have a Circle Pad Pro or New 3DS, you’ll get more refined control out of the right analog disc or c-stick. In addition, the first two episodes of the anime are available on the eShop for free (you can also catch the series on Netflix).

Whether you prefer your anime titles subtitled or dubbed, you’ll be happy to know that you have a choice. The game is slated for release in May, though a specific date has not yet been confirmed.