Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match launches February 22 in Japan

First-print bonus and limited edition announced.

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match will launch for PlayStation 4 on February 22, 2018 in Japan for 7,600 yen, Bandai Namco announced.

Get details on the first-print bonus and limited edition below.

First-Print Bonus

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match

First-print copies will include the “Seven Rival School Commanders’ Ooarai Girls High School Costume Version” set featuring costumes for Darjeeling, Kay, Anchovy, Katyusha, Maho Nishizumi, Mika, and Kinuyo Nishi.

Premium Edition

Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match

A first-print limited production 11,100 yen “Premium Edition” will include the following:

  • Original video Blu-ray Disc – Includes the picture drama “Tank Trial,” in which more than 40 characters appear, and a 30-minute special Ankou Team round-table discussion.
  • Limited Edition Visual Box – A special-make box with a newly-illustrated visual.
  • Special Booklet: “Dream Tank Book” – 50-plus pages introducing the tanks and characters.
  • Five Clear Sheets – Clear Sheets that use visuals from the game.

Pre-orders will open on November 20.

A version of Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match with English subtitles is also planned for release in Southeast Asia, but has yet to receive a release date.

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