today announced that warplanes from the Japanese Imperial Air Service will soon take to the skies in World of Warplanes
, a team-based massively multiplayer online game dedicated to armored warfare in the mid-20th century. The carrier-based fighter class will become the first available branch of aircraft for the Japanese line of warbirds, and will include a number of iconic aircraft. Players will be able to get behind the cockpit of the legendary Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero, a plane that proved vital to Japanese forces in the Pacific Theater. Other aircraft include the Nakajima Type 91, the twin-boom Mitsubishi J4M1 Senden interceptor fighter, as well as the Kyushu J7W1, J7W2 and J7W3, three canard configuration prototypes that never saw combat.
Six fresh screenshots
and a new video have been inserted in our download area.