On the official site of the multimedia franchise girls and tanks a new promotional teaser for the third quarter of the film project has been released Girls und Panzer the final (Girls & Tanks: Saishuushou). The tape has scheduled its premiere for 2023 without announcing a specific date.

Two new promotional images for the project were also unveiled.

production team

  • Tsutomu Mizushima (Another, blood group C, Shirobako) is responsible for the study management procedure.
  • Reiko Yoshida (art, D.Gray-man, Joukamachi no dandelion) is responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays.
  • Isao Sugimoto (Bakuon!!, Denpa Kyoushi, Seikon no Qwaser II) is responsible for character design and animation direction.
  • Shirou Hamaguchi (Ah! Megami-sama!, Hanasaku Iroha, one piece) composes the soundtrack.
  • Sayaka Sasaki plays the main theme titled "Grand Symhpony" for the first three films while ChouCho will interpret the musical theme of the remaining three.

The latest and third film in the project will open in Japanese theaters in March 2021. The first film of this six-part film project started in December 2017, followed by the second in June 2019.

Synopsis for Girls und Panzer das Finale

Momo Kawashima, a former student council member at Ooarai Academy for Girls, is said to have had to repeat a year. He's far from spending another year in Ooarai after failing the university entrance exam, but his situation is indeed enviable.

Admission to college is only possible through an athletic scholarship. As the Winter Cup approaches, Momo becomes the commander of the Ooarai War Team to prove her skills and uphold her honor. His first opponent, the BC Freedom Academy, splits into two factions that are at constant friction. Despite the apparently easy game for Momo, she will soon regret having gotten so cocky at the beginning.

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(c) GIRLS and PANZER Finale Project

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