Azur Lane: Crosswave launches in 2019 in Japan

Official Japanese website opened.

Azur Lane: Crosswave

Azur Lane: Crosswave will launch for PlayStation 4 in Japan in 2019, publisher Compile Heart and developer Felistella announced. The “advance naval battle RPG” is based on the Azur Lane smartphone game.

The game’s official Japanese website was also opened, which provides a summary of the game’s story and world, as well as overview of the original smartphone title. Get the details below.

About Azur Lane: Crosswave

Newcomers have joined the four nations that are the Eagle Union, Royal Navy, Ironblood, and Sakura Empire, and everyone is getting along and training each day.

It is at this time that the four nations decide to collaborate and hold the “Joint War Games.”

The fighting spirits of each participant will burn before this grand event in which only select members are chosen to take part.

…How did the Joint War Games come to be held so quickly?
…Who is pulling the strings behind the scenes?

With a few mysteries, encounters, and great hidden ambitions, a new naval battle never before realized is about to unfold!

World

A world of “KAN-SEN” (warships)—women that take the form of warships and gifted with intelligence, beauty, and combat ability.

In emergency preparation for the unknown enemies known as “Sirens,” they spend each day refining their various techniques.

While a major war has yet to occur, they have constantly built up good relationships.

Even for these girls, the Joint War Games is a special event the likes of which has never before occured.

The Original Game

Azur Lane is a side-scrolling shoot ’em up RPG for iOS and Android devices where players form a party of KAN-SEN and battle. Many beautiful girl characters personified as warships appear, and there are a variety of training elements available in the game. It includes both auto mode and manual mode, allowing even players who may not be good at shooting games to enjoy playing.

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