Idea Factory has confirmed the release dates for naval 3D shooter RPG Azur Lane: Crosswave. It also showed off some more characters, with Neptunia joining the roster as bonus DLC.
Additional fleet members have been revealed for Azur Lane: Crosswave. In addition to images showing Javelin, Z23, St. Louis, Abukuma, Amazon, and Arizona, there are also some details about the modes available in the game.
Another set of screenshots introduces six more characters in Azur Lane: Crosswave. The latest update features playable characters Kaga, Cleveland, Kongou, and Saratoga, as well as the support characters Atlanta and Admiral Hipper.
Six further playable characters and support ships are introduced with new screenshots for Azur Lane: Crosswave. Players will get to experience characters from different nations cooperating in a Joint Military Exercise.
Idea Factory International released a hefty new batch of screenshots for Azur Lane: Crosswave. The images show playable characters Shimakaze, Suruga, Akagi, and Atago, as well as support characters Ark Royal and Aoba.
Idea Factory International has provided a narrower release window for Azur Lane: Crosswave. It also revealed that North American RPGamers will be able to pre-order the game from its own online store in January.
Players are invited to sign up for a PC closed beta of Azur Lane: Crosswave. Those interested in test-running the naval shooter RPG can sign up on Idea Factory’s website.
Idea Factory International released new batches of screenshots for both Arc of Alchemist and Azur Lane: Crosswave. The two games will be coming to North America and Europe early next year.
Naval shooter RPG Azur Lane: Crosswave is heading to Steam. The PC version will join the previously-announced PS4 release early next year.
Idea Factory International Partners with Limited Run Games for Azur Lane: Crosswave Physical Editions
Idea Factory International is partnering with Limited Run Games for physical editions of Azur Lane: Crosswave. The first pre-orders will start in November.
Girls, battleships, and girls shooting at battleships are some aspects of what players can expect in Azur Lane: Crosswave. The game has its sails set for an August landfall in Japan.
Azur Lane: Crosswave is coming west next year courtesy of Idea Factory International. The naval shooter RPG puts players in control of personified versions of famous battleships.
Some new information and media has come out for Compile Heart’s “advance naval battle RPG” Azur Lane: Crosswave. The update shows the basics of combat and offers some information on the game’s modes.
“Advance naval battle RPG” Azur Lane: Crosswave has a release date in Japan. The game will be releasing in August with Compile Heart providing plenty of new screenshots.
Female characters who can transform into various objects has been a thing for a while now. Azur Lane has them turning into warships.