PS4 Exclusive Girls UND Panzer Gets New Trailer Showing the Tanks of Chi-Ha-Tan Academy

A new trailer for the anime-inspired game Girls UND Panzer Dream Tank Match for PS4 shows the Japanese tanks of Chi-Ha-Tan Academy.

on January 16, 2018 7:37 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer for the upcoming tank anime game Girls UND Panzer Dream Tank Match.

This trailer is the third of a series that was introduced recently, showcasing the tanks available for each of the schools from the anime that will appear in the new game.

This time around, we get to see the vehicles from the Japanese-inspired Chi-Ha-Tan Academy.  As you may imagine, the tanks we see are those that were operated by the Imperial Japanese army on the Pacific front of World War II. Among those are the Type 97 Chi-Ha, that gives the name to the school, the Type 98 Chi-Ho (that actually doesn’t appear in the anime, unless I’m terribly mistaken), and the the Type 95 Ha-Go.

You can enjoy the trailer below. If you want to see more, you can also check out the first trailer of the series dedicated to the British-inspired St. Gloriana Girls High School, the second showcasing the Italian-ish Anzio Girls High Schoola recent batch of 1080p screenshots showing the not-exactly-realistic stunts that can be performed with the tanks, the latest trailer with English subtitles, some more screenshots, a look at multiplayer gameplay, and the first trailer.

The game will launch in Japan on February 22nd, and in Asia on February 27th. The Asian version will come with English subtitles, so you don’t need to worry overmuch about the fact that it’s probably not going to get a western release.

 /  Executive News Editor
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