SSSS Gridman Rikka and Dynazenon Yume voice actresses will attend Azur Lane stream

New Azur Lane Stream Will Detail SSSS.Gridman and Dynazenon Tieup Crossover

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Yostar will hold a live stream for Azur Lane on Saturday, November 20, 2021, at 20:00 JST (6 AM ET). It will provide more details on the upcoming Azur Lane crossover event with the Gridman Universe titles, SSSS.Gridman and SSSS.Dynazenon.

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The upcoming stream will have three special guests. Two of them are confirmed to be voice actresses Yume Miyamoto and Shion Wakayama. They voiced Rikka Takarada and Yume Minami, the respective heroines of SSSS.Gridman and SSSS.Dynazenon.

The stream’s thumbnail shows a new silhouette of a character with a shipgirl rigging. It signifies that the Azur Lane – Gridman Universe crossover event will feature the latter’s key female characters. The mobile game also used the same approach for prior crossovers with Dead or Alive Xtreme and The Idolmaster.

Yostar previously teased the crossover between Azur Lane and Gridman Universe at the Japanese 4th Anniversary stream in September 2021. The teaser trailer showed Gridman appearing on the Junk computer monitor. While Gridman had also appeared in Bandai Namco’s Super Robot Wars 30, it is currently unknown whether the Hyper Agent will also make an actual appearance in Azur Lane or not.

Azur Lane is immediately available on Android and iOS mobile devices worldwide. The mobile game is currently running “The Flame-Touched Dagger” event, which features the Vichyan cruiser Foch. This event will end on November 24, 2021.

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