The free-to-play naval warfare console game World of Warships: Legends will add new content in collaboration with the popular mobile game Azur Lane on November 30, 2020. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]
A total of 5 shipgirls are featured in this collaboration. USS Baltimore, HMS Queen Elizabeth, IJN Fusou, KMS Scharnhorst, and Admiral Graf Spee will appear as shipgirl captains in World of Warships: Legends. Their corresponding World War II-era warships in the game will also receive new camouflages based on the shipgirl attires in Azur Lane.
HMS Queen Elizabeth and IJN Fusou make their debuts in the World of Warships family here, as they had not been added in other platform releases beforehand. USS Baltimore was already added to the original PC version, while both German Ironblood shipgirls Scharnhorst and Admiral Graf Spee were featured in World of Warships: Blitz for mobile devices.
The Japanese official trailer of the collaboration is available right below:
This is not the first time the console version added content from Azur Lane. On February 3, 2020, World of Warships: Legends sold warship camouflages and shipgirl captains of HMS Belfast, Hood, Nelson, IJN Atago, KMS Admiral Hipper, and MNF Dunkerque.
World of Warships: Legends is immediately available as a free-to-play game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is also available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X with backwards compatibility.