Wargaming today announced its presence at Japan’s biggest gaming expo, Tokyo Game Show, taking place September 18-21 at the Makuhari Messe Convention Center in Chiba. Located in Hall 6 South 2 (booth 6S2), Wargaming’s presence this year will feature a wide variety of activities, prizes and the very first Asian hands-on with the company’s highly anticipated naval combat game World of Warships.
Shown during a special behind closed doors demonstration, World of Warships will plunge Tokyo Game Show attendees into the heat of naval combat as they battle enemies for total supremacy of the seas using some of history’s most iconic vessels. In addition to World of Warships, Wargaming’s booth will also feature hands-on with the global PC free-to-play phenomenon World of Tanks and World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition.
Both iOS and Android versions of the recently launched World of Tanks Blitz will also be available to play. The title has seen over 5 million installs from App Store in less than two months and will soon launch on Android devices.
In addition to the highlighted games, Wargaming’s booth will also be featuring an array of activities for Tokyo Game Show attendees on their main stage, including interviews with developers from the World of Warships team, prize, announcements, contests and giveaways with items from the wildly popular animation “Girls und Panzer.”
Wargaming will give attendees an exclusive first-look at a brand-new trailer for Sony Picture’s upcoming tank-focused feature film, Fury, and reveal a new exclusive partnership with one of Japan’s most popular manga series.
In addition to the highlighted games and show floor activities, Wargaming booth will have a special naval-themed interactive room, inviting Tokyo Game Show visitors to delve into the atmosphere of legendary military vessels.