Those of you who have been wanting to try out the Azur Lane mobile app in the west may be getting a chance in the near future. Yostar Limited officially announced on their website that the game would be getting an English version, meaning at some point in time, the game will most likely be headed to North America and Europe. The company even went all out and got themselves several social media accounts to show off the news.
We are very proud to officially announce that Azur Lane English version is in full development.
We will do our best to meet your expectations and hope that your support will help to lead Azure Lane to the new horizons!
Hope to see you on board, Admiral! pic.twitter.com/E7ZF7VNIFH
— Azur Lane Official (@AzurLane_EN) June 7, 2018
If you haven’t guessed by now, Azur Lane is a mobile shooting RPG with a strong shipgirl theme that’s formed its own subculture in Japan. A lot of your fighting takes place on World War II-era ships as you will fight off enemies looking to sink your fleet. No official dates were given as to when the game might make its way out west, but we’re guessing since the company isn’t making any E3 announcements this week, we’ll know more probably around Tokyo Game Show.
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