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Azur Lane X Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation Collaboration Announced

Azur Lane

Yostar Limited have announced a collaboration between Azur Lane and Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation.

The event will bring girls from the Dead or Alive series to the mobile game, complete with battleship body parts to fight alongside the other ship girls. The characters will likely be only available for a limited time.

While we see a variety of girls in the animated trailer, including Kasumi and Nyotengu, so far only Honoka and Marie Rose have been confirmed to be coming to the game, along with a set of furniture.

The event begins November 26th. You can find the collaboration animation PV below.

Those who retweet or share the Facebook post promoting the event can win in a collaboration giveaway. 5 randomly chosen winners will get 600 gems, another 5 will win 450 gems, and 10 will win 8 cubes and 4,000 coins.

The gacha game tasks players with building a fleet of anime girls mostly based on real-life battleships. Combining a tactical RPG with a 2D shooter, players choose six of over 300 ship girls to blaze across the waves and sink enemy flotillas.

You can find the rundown (via the Google Play Store) below.

An ideal Naval Warfare game like you always imagined!

・A unique mix of RPG, 2D shooter and tactical genres combined in a beautifully designed anime game
・Easy and intuitive gameplay, built on the concept of 2D side-scroller, is the main feature of Azur Lane
・Organize up to six ships into flotilla, break through enemy gunfire and defeat them!
・Both AI and manually controlled battles are available, choose whatever you like!
・Build your own fleet. Azur Lane has a wide range of warships from all over the world.
・More than 300 ships, each with its unique stats and represented by a beautiful character!
・Live2D interaction technology is available for selected characters

Azur Lane is free-to-play on Android and iOS.

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