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Girls und Panzer Dream Tank Match Game's 1st Promo Video Reveals February 22 Launch

posted on 2017-11-18 02:45 EST by Bayleigh Baker
Premium Edition extras, impression battle mode, tank customization abilities also revealed

Bandai Namco Entertainment began streaming the first promotional video for its Girls und Panzer Dream Tank Match PlayStation 4 game on Thursday. The video highlight's the game's "impression battle mode" with an original story, tank customization abilities, and the five-versus-five online multiplayer mode. The video also reveals the game's February 22 release date in Japan.

Those who order the Premium Edition of the game will receive a Blu-Ray Disc with video content (including the "Tank Trial!" picture drama and an "Anglerfish Team Roundtable Discussion" talk show video), a specially designed box, a "Dream Tank Book" special booklet, and a clear visual poster set. The Premium Edition retails for 11,100 yen (about US$98), and the standard edition and the download version both retail for 7,600 yen (about US$69). Those who purchase early editions of the game will receive a download code for a "rival commanding officer set Ooarai Girls High School uniform version."

Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia will release the game this winter in Southeast Asia with English text and Japanese voice over. Bandai Namco Entertainment posted a preview of the game's theme song "one and only" by Choucho in October.

The franchise is getting a six-part finale anime project titled Girls und Panzer das Finale. The first of the upcoming finale anime's six episodes will open in 59 Japanese theaters on December 9. Sayaka Sasaki will perform the opening theme song "Grand symphony" for the first three episodes. Sasaki previously performed the "Anglerfish Dance" song that is part of the original television anime's story. ChouCho, who performed the opening theme song for the television anime and the 2015 film, will return as the opening theme song artist for the project's last three episodes.

The project will also have immersive 4DX and MX4D screenings, after the second episode in the Finale anime project ends its initial run of regular screenings. Each of the immersive screenings will combine two episodes; the first ones will combine the first and second episodes. The next set of immersive screenings will combine the third and fourth episodes, and the last set will combine the fifth and sixth episodes.

Source: MoCa News


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