Yostar is about to celebrate the first anniversary of the English release of Azur Lane, and today they released a definitely funny video.
The video brings us inside the team’s offices for a few questions to a few team members, including resident “man of culture” Sung Hsu, military otaku Nano and “Intern-kun” who is quite familiar to the fans of the game hanging out on its official Discord server.
Besides being hilarious, we get to see some of the faces behind one of the most beloved mobile games released in recent times, which is quite nice. You can watch the full video below.
Speaking of anniversaries, the second anniversary of the Japanese servers is also coming soon, and fans will be called to celebrate in Akihabara, Tokyo, between September 14 and September 15.
— アズールレーン公式 (@azurlane_staff) August 12, 2019
Unfortunately, it’s on the same days as Tokyo Game Show, but I’ll try to squeeze in a report if I can get back from Chiba in time.
Azur Lane is a free-to-play mobile horizontal scrolling shooter/RPG hybrid currently available for iOS and Android.
If you prefer console games, Compile Heart and Felistella are currently working in Japan on a brand new Azur Lane game titled Azur Lane: Crosswave, this time for PS4. It’s a very cool transition of the original game on a 3D space with action JRPG mechanic and its own story, including two original shipgirls, Suruga and Shimakaze.
Recently, we reported on a charming crossover event in collaboration with World of Warships hosted in Yokosuka, Japan.