Azur Lane: Crosswave Gets Japanese Launch Date and More

Friday, March 22nd, 2019

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oprainfall | Azur Lane: Crosswave

 

Compile Heart has announced that Azur Lane: Crosswave will be hitting the PlayStation 4 gaming console in Japan on August 29th later this year. It will sell at retail for a price tag of 8,424 yen, and 7,560 yen when purchased via digital download. Those players who choose to pre-order the game will also get a card that has a download code on it for Neptune from the Neptunia series. In addition, they also announced some more playable characters, but we’ll get to all seven of them in a minute.

There will also be a limited edition of Azur Lane: Crosswave that will sell for 13,824 yen. It will include the following list of additional premium items:

  • Original design box
  • An art book
  • Puchi drama and mini soundtrack CD
  • and a special-make chibi figure
oprainfall | Azur Lane: Crosswave

Neptune from the Neptunia series.

 

Compile Heart also announced some new playable characters for Azur Lane: Crosswave. There were seven new playable characters revealed in all, and they include the following:

 

  • Ajax – voiced by Tomoyo Chuujou
  • Belfast – voiced by Yui Horie
  • Cleveland – voiced by Saya Horigome
  • Illustrious – voiced by Sora Amamiya
  • Kaga – voiced by Ai Kayano
  • Laffey – voiced by Maria Naganawa
  • Neptune – voiced by Rie Tanaka) (pre-order bonus

 

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