Azur Lane Gets A New English Trailer Ahead Of Its Open Beta Tomorrow, August 16

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Following the closed beta test that took place earlier this month, Yostar is launching an open beta for everyone else to try out starting tomorrow, August 16, at 9:00am PDT. We also got a new trailer for the English version of the ship girl shoot ‘em up game.


This is a blue planet, 71% of its surface is covered with water. Humans beings were born in this azure blue sea at the very beginning.

However, as humanity grew, so did their ever-expanding ambitions. Peaceful times gave way to war and devastation. Finally, a mysterious enemy emerged from the sea. In the face of overwhelming hostile forces, all camps were still fighting each other.

The final result was tragic: Humanity lost more than 90% of its control over the sea. People struggled to survive. The fear of the unknown enemy, who drag humanity into the dark abyss of the despair, spread everywhere.

Decades later, in order to recapture the once glorious past, the major camps finally decided to unite and created the Azur Lane – a worldwide military organization.

The purpose of the Azur Lane is to gather technologies and resources, and share them between all major camps in the world, to fight back the mysterious enemy. Now, everyone has the same goal: to construct a new fleet that can compete with the “Sirens” and regain control of the sea.


Azur Lane is available in China, Japan, and South Korea for iOS and Android. The English version is scheduled to launch in 2018.

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