Azur Lane: Crosswave – Limited Run Games to distribute physical editions in North America

Pre-orders open November 5 via the Limited Run Games Store, early 2020 via Iffy's Online Store.

Azur Lane: Crosswave

The Limited Run Games Store will open pre-orders for the North American physical standard and limited editions of Azur Lane: Crosswave for PlayStation 4 on November 5, publisher Idea Factory International announced.

Idea Factory International’s Iffy Online Store will open pre-orders for the North American physical standard and limited editions in early 2020. Pre-orders for the European physical standard and limited editions will also open at that time via Iffy’s European Online Store.

The standard and limited editions available via Limited Run Games and Iffy’s Online Store feature the same content. Idea Factory International told Gematsu that Limited Run Games is the distributor for Azur Lane: Crosswave in North America, meaning that the physical editions will only be available through Limited Run Games and Iffy’s Online Store.

As for Europe, Idea Factory International is working with a European distributor for the physical edition. Further information will be announced at a later date.

Azure Lane: Crosswave launched for PlayStation 4 on August 29 in Japan, and is due out in 2020 in North America and Europe.

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