In the words of the classic Australian song, World of Warplanes is turning Japanese.
Wargaming today announced that the Japanese Imperial Air Service is about to fly into the game, with a range of carrier-based aircraft, including the iconic and sturdy A6M2 Zero, scourge of the Pacific theatre of World War II.
"The inclusion of Japanese warbirds has given us the opportunity to explore a number of iconic aircraft as well as give players the chance to experience first-hand how they developed and evolved throughout World War II", said Anton Sitnikau, World of Warplanes Producer, in today's release. "Since each aircraft is unique, it's really going to provide players with a wide variety of tactical freedom in how they play the game and combat other players."
To celebrate, Wargaming's released a shiny new trailer.