3 decal variants:
1. Ki-61-II, 56th Sentai, Itami AB, Japan 1945
2. Ki-61-II, 55th Sentai, Sano AB, Japan 1945 (What if)
3. Ki-61-II, Japan 1945
In the fall of the same year, the armament was strengthened and during the war there were further improvements and production of modernized modifications. The Ki-61 earned the respect of the Allies in the battles over the Pacific. They formed part of Tokyo's anti-air defense armament, but they were not enough for the B-29's flying fortress. A total of 3078 pieces of machines of all versions were produced. The last version had a more powerful engine and a drop-shaped cabin. It was because of the lack of engines that they were converted to the Ki-100.