Azur Lane: Crosswave is a bizarre cel shaded shooter where anthropomorphic anime girls based on real life battleships fly around blasting each other in an alternate WWII timeline.
A full 3D spin-off of the popular Azur Lane mobile game, Azur Lane: Crosswave which sees four nations (Eagle Union, Royal Navy, Iron Blood, and Sakura Empire) competing in a joint military exercise with a mysterious purpose. This basically boils down to you taking control of a cute anime girl who is an anthropomorphic battleship and blasting anything you see on the battlefield.
Azur Lane: Crosswave features four different game modes (Story, Extreme Battle, Episode Mode and Photo Mode) and promises plenty of content in each one. There are 25+ unlockable characters and 30+ support characters, and you can craft and equip lots of useful upgrades that can aid you in battle.
The “anthropomorphic battleship girls” premise of Azur Lane: Crosswave is particularly weird, but it’s certainly found an audience on mobile devices and the jump to 3D for this PC outing looks like it could be a lot of fun. The Beta is due to start on December the 9th so sign up now to set sail in this anthropomorphic Anime oddity.