Azur Lane: Crosswave Coming To Steam In 2020

Published: November 1, 2019 1:30 PM /


One of the characters in Azur Lane: Crosswave

Anime shooter Azur Lane: Crosswave is coming to Steam next year. According to publisher Idea Factory, the game will feature Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and English subtitles and will be available to wishlist on Steam "at a later date".

Azur Lane: Crosswave will also be getting a physical Limited Edition for the PlayStation 4. If you just want a copy of the game, there will be a standard physical edition too, but the Limited Edition comes with a whole host of goodies. You'll be able to pre-order the Limited Edition from Limited Run Games' website starting November 5th. The pre-order will also be available via Iffy's Online Store from early 2020. Here's what you get in the PS4 Limited Edition box:

  • Steel Game Case
  • "Nautical Debriefing" Hardcover Art Book (96 pages)
  • Official Soundtrack (16 tracks)
  • Shimakaze Figure
  • 2" Enamel Pin Set (Javelin, Suruga, Ayanami)
  • Sakura Empire Standee (Features Takao, Atago, Yamashiro)
  • Reversible Cover Sleeve
  • Collector's Box

The Limited Edition PS4 box set for Azur Lane: Crosswave

The original Azur Lane launched for mobile devices back in 2017. The side-scrolling shooter takes place in a world in which "personified battleships" fight one another. Azur Lane: Crosswave is an enhanced remake of Azur Lane which will debut on PlayStation 4 and PC next year. Unlike the original, Crosswave is a fully 3D shooter rendered in Unreal Engine 4.

Some of the many new features added in Azur Lane: Crosswave include full 3D aiming support, two entirely new playable characters (Shimakaze and Suruga), and a new Photo Mode. You'll be able to choose from over 25 characters and over 30 support characters to take on the game's missions. Azur Lane: Crosswave will include a Story Mode with 7 chapters. Two extra modes - Extreme Battle and Episode mode - add more missions and extra content to the game.

You'll be able to grab Azur Lane: Crosswave on PlayStation 4 and Steam next year. No word yet on a concrete release window.

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