PS4 Exclusive Girls UND Panzer Gets New Trailer in English and Jatkosota High School Intro

Bandai Namco released two new trailers of Girls UND Panzer Dream Tank Match for PS4, featuring the game's features and Jatkosota High School.

on February 6, 2018 6:27 PM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released two trailers of the upcoming PS4 exclusive anime-inspired tank battle game Girls UND Panzer Dream Tank Match.

The first trailer was released by Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia, and gives an extensive look at the features and gameplay models of the title with English subtitles. If you’re unfamiliar with the game, this is probably the best place to get a general overview in a language we can all easily understand.

The second trailer comes from Japan, and unfortunately does not benefit from English subtitles, but it’s the latest of a series of videos introducing the various schools that appear in the game and their tanks. This time around it’s Jatkosota High School’s time to shine with its BT-42 tank.

You can check both out 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 School, the third putting the spotlight on the Japanese-like Chi-Ha-Tan Academy, the fourth dedicated to Saunders, and the fifth showcasing Pravda, on top of a recent batch of 1080p screenshots showing the pretty fantastical stunts that can be performed with the tanks, another trailer with English subtitles, some more screenshots, a look at multiplayer gameplay, and the first trailer.

Girls UND Panzer Dream Tank Match will release in Japan on February 22nd, and in Asia on February 27th. The Asian version will include English subtitles.


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