Azur Lane: Crosswave Announces Neptune and Release Date

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

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Idea Factory International has announced a date for their highly anticipated release of Azur Lane: Crosswave. The game will launch physically and digitally on the PlayStation 4 in North America on February 13, 2020. Our friends in Europe will have to wait just a bit till February 21, 2020. The Steam version will launch on February 13 as well. This version will include Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and English subtitles.

Here is more info about the release straight from Idea Factory International:

Steam users can save 20% with a weeklong launch discount on the main game and Deluxe Pack! There will also be three bundles available that will include a permanent 10% discount: DLC Bundle, Deluxe Bundle, and Complete BundleThe Deluxe Pack is also included free with the Azur Lane: Crosswave Steam Limited Edition available for purchase on the
IFI Online Store.

The Deluxe Pack includes:

  • PC Wallpapers (x5 designs available in 1280×720, 1600×1900, 1920×1080)
  • Soundtrack (x16 tracks)
  • Azur Lane: Crosswave Desktop Theme

Lastly, we also added 7 more character profiles on the Iffy-cial website, including Neptune. Check out the profiles below:

Here’s a huge batch of screenshots for your viewing pleasure:

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