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Azur Lane Crosswave for PlayStation 4 will be released in Japan on August 29th

Compile Heart has finally confirmed the full release date for Azur Lane Crosswave in Japan. The console adaptation of the mobile ship ship game Azur Lane will be released on August 29th.

Other new screenshots for the game have also been published, which you can see at the bottom of this article. In addition to showing in-game images of HMS Illustrious and HMS Ajax, this lot also confirms the addition of the famous light cruiser HMS Belfast on the playable roster.

It is also confirmed that Neptune, the protagonist of the flagship series of Compile Heart Hyperdimension Neptunia, will be available as a playable pre-order bonus character. Neptune will wear the same naval facility from last year's collaboration event on the original mobile game.

One of the new screenshots for the game in this group showed the Fleet composition menu where players will be able to form the fleet with their favorite ships. While the main fleet can only be filled with playable ships, the support fleet can include both playable ships and NPCs.

There are also a Fleet effect function that provides bonuses to the overall fleet according to ship combinations, from the same type of ship as the Destroyers to similar visual features, such as strange eyes or even visible navels

Images and screenshots of Azur Lane Crosswave

Azur Lane Crosswave will be released for PlayStation 4 in Japan on August 29th. An English localization for this game has yet to be announced.


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