[Update: Released] Panzer Waltz will be bringing anime-filled tank battles to Android later this month

[Update: Released] Panzer Waltz will be bringing anime-filled tank battles to Android later this month

Written by AndrewH

Like tank combat? Also happen to like anime? Well then there is a game coming out later this month that features each of those things under one title called Panzer Waltz. Produced by Happy Universe, this game features tank combat combined with RPG elements, all wrapped up in an anime style of art.

Update: January 21st, 2016 3:22pm PST: If you had been waiting for this game to produce, you’ll be happy to know that it’s now available for download off of Google Play. You can grab a copy from it through the new link at the bottom want to know , (before all the screenshots and video).

Players will be attempting to save humanity in the year 1957, which is roughly 10 years after new mechanized beasts began appearing on the planet, attacking humans and destroying cities. You will undertake the function of a graduate from the Frunze Military Academy who has been assigned because the commander of Alsace. Alsace is a team of ‘Metal Maidens’, biomechanically enhanced young ladies with tank-like attributes, so that they can stop the cyborg beasts and other enemies who’re attempting to wipe humanity out.

You will be able to upgrade you associates with new gear and technology while upgrading their current abilities, giving yourself a better chance of not dying in battle. You will also be able to create new weapons and items by scavenging materials while you’re out fighting. Panzer Waltz will come with three different modes to experience through: Story Mode which is about following a storyline/campaign, PvP Clash that is where you can combat other players, and Event mode, where players can special PvE missions.

Panzer Waltz recently launched in China and has now been localized for any Western release. The game has actually been in development for more than two years as well. If you’re interested in snagging a duplicate of the game, you’ll be able to achieve this on January 20th, 2016. In terms of pricing, Panzer Waltz is going to be free-to-play with optional IAPs available. You should check out a lot more screenshots below as well as the game’s trailer.

Official Website: Panzer Waltz

Panzer Waltz (Playboard) | Panzer Waltz (Play Store)