After going through a tough match against BC Freedom, Commander Momo faces yet another test against Chi-Ha-Tan, as things get more serious in Girls und Panzer das Finale: Part 3.
If you missed the theatrical release of the movie, do not worry. Soon, you will be able to enjoy it from the comfort of your home, maybe even catch the special screening.
Girls und Panzer das Finale: Part 3’s Blu-ray release will include a special OVA titled Daikon War!. The Blu-ray will be released on December 24, 2021, in Japan.
The announcement video features several scenes from the movie as Ooarai Girls Academy takes on Chi-Ha-Tan Academy for Winter Continuous Track Cup Sensha-dō Tournament semi-final supremacy.
The Blu-ray will also contain special commentary from the cast and the tank course for Yukari Akiyama’s unique amphibious tank. It will be available on the official website.
Girls und Panzer das Finale: Part 3 will also be released in 4D on October 8, 2021.
The promotional announcement video for the 4D screening is action-packed with tanks and water tanks in motion in the quarter-final. The director who is an avid video game fan designed the jungle arena for the battle in the Unreal 3D engine, which is a popular tool to make games.
This is the third movie out of the planned six in the Winter Continuous Track Cup arc as Momo Kawashima fights for a place in her dream university. Although these movies push Miho in the background, she still gets to shine from time to time.
With their toughest test yet, will Team Ooarai manage to pull it off against Chi-Ha-Tan?
About Girls und Panzer
Girls and Panzer is a Japanese anime franchise created by Actas which depicts a competition between girls’ high schools practicing tank warfare as a sport.
“Sensha-Do” or the way of the tank, is a sport that involves warfare competitions with tanks and large carrier ships. Miho Nishizumi, a girl from a prestigious family of sensha-dō practitioners who became traumatized by a past event, transfers to Ōarai Girls High School to get away from sensha-dō, presuming the school does not practice the sport.
After an unexpected revival of the sport, she eventually takes it up again, but this time her school will get closed should she fail to win.