There’s a ship-to-shore call! The Azur Lane: Crosswave PC and PlayStation 4 release window has been revealed for the west. People will be able to sail the seas in February 2020. The PlayStation 4 version will be available both digitally and physically, with standard and limited retail copies available. As for the PC version, people will be able to play it in English, Japanese, and Traditional Chinese when it arrives on Steam.
In addition to the February 2020 Azur Lane: Crosswave release window, information on western preorders was revealed. In Europe, people can already call dibs on the £49.99 PlayStation 4 Commander’s Calendar Edition and either £84.99 PlayStation 4 or PC Limited Edition. As for North America, the $49.99 PlayStation 4 standard edition and $99.99 PlayStation 4 or PC collector’s edition will both be able to preorder starting on January 9, 2020.
In Japan, there isn’t just the base game to think about. There has been continuing support to help build up players’ fleets. Taihou was revealed as the first character, with Roon and Formidable also subsequently announced.
Azur Lane: Crosswave is immediately available on the PlayStation 4 in Japan. It will dock on the PlayStation 4 and PC in North America and Europe in February 2020.