Azur Lane: Crosswave details game modes

Story, Extreme Battle, Photo, and Episode Modes.

Compile Heart has updated the official Japanese website for Azur Lane: Crosswave with a page outlining the game’s modes.

Get the details below.

■ Start from the Main Menu! Let a Secretary Ship Guide You

Set your favorite character as your secretary ship. If you meet specific conditions, the secretary ship might…

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■ Story Mode

In Story Mode, an original story will unfold. As events and battles occur on the ocean map, the scenario will progress.

Story Mode Flow

—1. Ocean Map

A different map appears for each chapter. Find events and items.

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—2. Conversation Events

Conversation events are fully voiced. The story can also be previewed in the Gallery.

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—3. Battle

Maximum three-versus-three battles. Support characters also participate in battle with backup skills. Huge small fry characters further enliven the battle. (Battle difficulty and settings can be changed from the “System” menu.)

You can also scout allies using the A-Points you have accumulated, allowing you to freely battle with characters other than Shimakaze and Suruga.

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—4. Rewards

After battle, you can earn various items as rewards. Strengthen your characters little by little.

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■ Extreme Battle Mode

Test your characters and equipment in Extreme Battle Mode. The highest class of enemies await the player’s challenge. If you win, you might even be rewarded some valuable equipment.

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■ Photo Mode

Take photographs of 3D characters. Position up to three characters on Free Stages where enemies do not appear, and put them in your favorite poses to take and share the best possible screenshots.

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■ Episode Mode

View hidden events unlocked by meeting specific conditions. You may even discover new sides of the 66 characters that appear in this game. All the events are fully voiced.

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Azur Lane: Crosswave is due out for PlayStation 4 in Japan on August 29.

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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