Aether Gazer by Azur Lane Developers Gets Release Date & Trailer Showing Fighting Waifus Aplenty

After a substantial delay, the global version of Aether Gazer for iOS and Android by the developers of Azur Lane has a release date, and a trailer showing plenty of fighting waifus. đź‘€

Published: April 23, 2023 7:19 AM /


Aether Gazer

Today Yostar announced the release date of the global version of the mobile action RPG Aether Gazer, alongside sharing new trailers.

The game will release on May 23 for mobile platforms. Pre-registration is already available on Google Play and Apple's App Store.

On top of the announcements, we get to see two trailers, one showing the game's many waifus in action, and the other introducing the location of the game, Ain Soph.

You can watch them below.

You may not be familiar with the name Aether Gazer, but if you're into mobile games, you may know the companies behind it. It's published by Yostar and developed by Xiamen Yongshi, both primarily known for their work on the super-popular Azur Lane. 

It's a fast 3D action RPG that prompts the player to fight alongside AI teammates in a squad of three against monsters called “Visbanes.” You can expect the usual army of waifus, likely unsurprisingly considering the developer involved. That being said, there are also a few male characters this time around. Of course, this all ties into the inevitable gacha mechanics. 

The global version of the game was originally supposed to launch in 2022, but following the closed beta in October, the publisher announced a delay to 2023 and then went silent about it until a few days ago. When the delay was originally announced, developers promised quality-of-life upgrades, English voice acting at launch, with German and French available as text-only localization. 

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