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World of Warships Announces New Azur Lane Crossover With Plenty of Shipgirls

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World of Warships Announces New Azur Lane Crossover With Plenty of Shipgirls

Wargaming announced today the third crossover between its popular online game World of Warships and the shipgirl-focused mobile game Azur Lane. 

Wargaming announced today the third crossover between its popular online game World of Warships and the shipgirl-focused mobile game Azur Lane. 

The collaboration includes plenty of the game’s shipgirls coming as voiced commanders, special ships, and special camos.

This comes in response to the reverse crossover which turned some of World of Warships’ latest paper ships into shipgirls in the mobile game.

Personally, everything that involves Littorio is good in my book. 

You can check out the trailer below.

Here’s a full description of what you can expect directly from the press release.

“Seven additional popular characters from the Chinese anime franchise, Jean Bart, Roon, Littorio, Shokaku, Yat Sen, Sovetskaya Rossiya, and Baltimore will be featured as World of Warships Commanders with unique voice-overs. The new battleships Italian AL Littorio and Soviet AL Sovetskaya Rossiya join the existing special ships — American cruiser AL Montpelier and Japanese destroyer AL Yukikaze — with their own distinctive themed camouflage. Three new camouflages for Belfast, Dunkerque, and Atago have been added to the set of existing Azur Lane permanent camouflages for the Nelson, Hood, Admiral Hipper, Cleveland, and Enterprise.

Throughout the combat missions, they will obtain the containers and have a chance to receive Azur Lane – Siren expendable camouflage, Dragon special signal or Zulu Hotel signals and items from the Azur Lane collection. The final rewards will be the commander Nelson with 10 skill points and the Manjuu commemorative flag. Players will also receive an Azur Lane Premium container, including one of eight Azur Lane Commanders with a unique voiceover and 10 skill points: Azuma, Baltimore, Roon, Jean Bart, Littorio, Shokaku, Yat Sen, or Sovetskaya Rossiya. The offers are also available in the Armory.

Players also have a chance to collect all 36 avatars of Azur Lane Commanders from Azur Lane containers and daily containers. Once the entire collection has been completed, players will receive the flags of the nations from Azur Lane and a unique Commander, Azuma!

World of Warships is currently available for PC. A console spin-off titled World of Warships: Legends is also playable on PS4 and Xbox One.

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