TGS 2018: Valkyria Chronicles and Japanese content for World of Tanks Blitz and World of Warships Blitz
Wargaming.net has decided to celebrate TGS 2018 with not just one but two incredible updates. The first will be for World of Tanks Blitz, and the second will be for World of Warships Blitz. Both these titles are mobile versions of their PC counterparts.
Let’s take a look at what’s new.
World of Tanks Blitz
For WoT Blitz, Wargaming.net will be introducing the Hafen, a premium medium tank straight out of SEGA’s Valkyria Chronicles 4. This is not the first time that Wargaming.net has crossover events featuring tanks from other games. The Hafen will be joining three other tanks from the Valkyria Chronicles series, namely the Edelweiss, Lupus and the Nameless tank.
This limited collaboration ends September 30, so grab it before it’s gone if you are a fan of Valkyria Chronicles.
World of Warships Blitz
For WoW Blitz, we get a large update with four new Japanese destroyers joining the rooster. According to Wargaming.net, these destroyers rely on stealth and heavy burst firepower to take out the competition.
A fleet is never complete without a flagship and this takes the form of the new Japanese battleship, Ise. It is a unique hybrid ship that is part carrier and part battleship. The Ise packs a squadron of bombers while still carrying the firepower of a traditional battleship. This hybrid ship is a first in the history of World of Warships and is available as a premium ship.
That’s not all; a new port will be also be available for any players who have unlocked a Tier VI or higher Japanese ships. The port, named Zipangu will feature Japan with the iconic Mount Fuji as a backdrop.
World of Tanks Blitz and World of Warships Blitz are both available on iOS and Android.
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