Full Metal Panic! Fight! Who Dares Wins Game's English Trailer Reveals May 31 Release in Southeast Asia

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Game will get English-subtitled release on same day as Japan

Bandai Namco Entertainment Southeast Asia began streaming an English-subtitled trailer for the Full Metal Panic! Fight! Who Dares Wins (Full Metal Panic! Tatakau Who Dares Wins) PlayStation 4 game on Monday. The video reveals that the game will ship in Southeast Asia on May 31, on the same day as the Japanese release.

Note: The below video may contain spoilers for the Full Metal Panic franchise.

The Southeast Asian version of the game will have English subtitles, and will ship for Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

In Japan, the regular edition of the game will cost 8,200 yen (about US$74), and the limited-edition Specialist Box will cost 11,800 yen (about US$107).

The Specialist Box will bundle a making of Blu-ray Disc for the Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory anime, novel by original light novel series author Shoji Gatoh, audio drama CD, reproduction signed mini script for the audio drama, and special box. The first copies of the game will include a download code for three special weapons for Arm Slaves.

B.B. Studio is developing the simulation RPG.

The Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory television anime series premiered last Friday. Crunchyroll is streaming the series as it airs in Japan, and Funimation will stream an English dub.

The anime's first season received a three-film director's cut version, and the third film premiered on January 20.

The story of Full Metal Panic! centers around a mercenary group called Mithril on a parallel Earth in which the Cold War did not end in 1991. Sōsuke Sagara, a seventeen year old military specialist working for Mithril, has been assigned to go undercover to protect high school student Kaname Chidori.

Gatoh launched the original Full Metal Panic! light novel series with Shikidouji's illustrations in 1998, and Fujimi Shobo published the series' 12th and final novel in the main series in 2010. The novels have more than 11 million copies in print. Tokyopop published the first five volumes before the company shut down its North American branch in 2011.

Disclosure: Bandai Namco Rights Marketing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings Inc., is a non-controlling, minority shareholder in Anime News Network Inc.

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