Add Azur Lane: Crosswave to your Switch eShop wishlist today, new details on Royal Navy support ships revealed

The ships at your command

Looking forward to Azur Lane: Crosswave? The game's official eShop listing is now live, and you can add the title to your wishlist. Along with that, some new details on the Royal Navy have been shared. Read up on those details below.

Reserve your spot in the Joint Military Exercise! We're excited to announce that the Nintendo eShop page for the 3D action shooter, Azur Lane: Crosswave, is live! Add the game to your wishlist today!

The game will launch physically and digitally on the Nintendo Switch™ February 16, 2021 in North America and February 19, 2021 in Europe!

New features of the Nintendo Switch version include:​

Taihou and Formidable, formerly DLC for the PS4/Steam version, are included as playable characters! Both come with 3 support characters each and additional story content.

An updated Photo Mode: You can now pose up to 6 characters instead of 3 for more photo shoot fun! Get creative with new extended camera angles.

The game is now available physically and digitally on the PlayStation®4 in North America, Europe, and on Steam®.

We also have a new website update which reintroduces the Royal Navy's support ships, including the newest additions, Warspite and HMS Neptune!

View the character profiles for new support ships Warspite and HMS Neptune below!

Originally only available through the Formidable Character DLC on PS4 and Steam, Warspite and HMS Neptune are included in the Nintendo Switch release of Azur Lane: Crosswave as Battle Support Characters and Secretary Ships. Warspite and HMS Neptune will also appear as characters in Formidable's story chapter.


The second Queen Elizabeth-class battleship, affiliated with the Royal Navy. She closely supports the Queen, who is the symbol of the Royal Navy.

HMS Neptune

A special plan ship affiliated with the Royal Navy. She speaks politely, but she has the impish personality of teasingly looking down on others. She is a "waiter," and not a maid, good at making sweets. (it's important!)

About the Royal Navy:

A constitutional monarchy located on the Royal Islands, which possesses a long history. It is composed of the royal family, the symbol of the nation, and the prime minister and parliament who move the government.

Part of the fleet are of the same rank as nobles and royalty, and their standard of living is also on par with nobility. Among them, Queen Elizabeth holds an extreme popularity with the Royal Navy's citizens akin to being a queen, and she is given a large voice in the nation's management.

The Royal Navy which ships belong to prize courtesy, and they hold a climate of maintaining elegance as important, not only in their combat abilities, but their navy's fashion as well.


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