Idea Factory has revealed six more ships for Azur Lane: Crosswave, a 3D Action Shooter based on the Azur Lane mobile game franchise.
The following characters have been confirmed to be added:
In Azur Lane: Crosswave, there are four different modes a player can choose to play from – Story Mode, Extreme Battle Mode, Photo Mode, and Episode Mode.
Azur Lane: Crosswave will launch physically and digitally on the PlayStation 4 in North America and Europe and on Steam in February 2020. The Steam version will include Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and English subtitles.
Azur Lane: Crosswave allows Commanders to choose a Secretary Ship that talks and greets you right from the start. By setting your Secretary Ship, you can increase their affection. Once the ship’s affection reaches the “Love” status, Commanders then have the opportunity to marry their favorite character.
The Story Mode contains an original story following the journey of two new Sakura Empire recruits, Shimakaze and Suruga. The story begins with all four Nations living harmoniously. Suddenly, a Joint Military Exercise was enacted causing all the Nations to train even harder than before. But all of the Nations began to question… how did this event come to be?
Players will travel on an Ocean Map, which changes each chapter, and can encounter various events, battles, and also items. Players will engage in 3 VS 3 battles and also experience conversation events that can be reviewed in the Gallery.
Through the 3 VS 3 battles, players can accumulate A Points which they can use to scout allies to create even more fleets!
Extreme Battle Mode
Players can challenge themselves in Extreme Battle Mode as their fleets become stronger. The difficulty of the stages increase as players progress. Here players can fight powerful enemies and collect rare items.
Players can view hidden events that are unlocked through clearing certain criteria. Through these events, players can discover a new side to the 66 characters that appear in the game.