Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match details tank customization, five-versus-five online battles, and original story mode

The girls reflect on the battles of the movie.

Bandai Namco has released new information and screenshots of Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match introducing the game’s tank customization, five-versus-five online battles, and original story mode.

Get the details below.

Customizable Tanks! Online Battles with Up to 10 Players!

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match

In addition to full-blown control of your tank, where the tank tread and gun turret are controlled separately, exhilarating and Girls und Panzer-esque actions such as drifting and dashing are also possible. You can also customize tanks to your liking through tank customization. Choose the colors and decals of your tank yourself, and head into battle with an original tank all your own.

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match

Additionally, this game is equipped with an online battle mode that supports five-versus-five battles for a total of 10 players in a battle at once.

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match

*Online multiplayer requires PlayStation Plus.

A Post Mortem-Style Story Mode

A post mortem-style original story mode where the girls, including each school’s commanding officer, look back on and explain the battles that unfolded in the Girls und Panzer movie.

For each situation, you can enjoy the perspectives of the members who participated in that battle.

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match

Additionally, since this story gathers up the girls from each school, many characters will appear in the interlude scenarios one after the other. These are fully voiced interlude scenarios where you can enjoy things like discussions between characters not often seen, and are a must-see for Girls und Panzer fans.

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match is due out for PlayStation 4 in Japan, as well as in Asia with English subtitles, in winter 2017.

View the screenshots at the gallery. If you missed it yesterday, catch the first gameplay footage of the game here.

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