The first year anniversary event for the cellphone game Azur Lane held on Saturday has announced that the game will receive a TV anime. Main staff members have been revealed.
Azur Lane is a military alliance formed to fight against a grotesque enemy called Sirens, which suddenly appeared in the seas and threatens humanity with overwhelming strength. Although the success of the warships made it possible to temporarily stop the attack of Sirens, differences in ideals have surfaced among the camps involved in the creation of the alliance. With each camp advancing their own motive, the girls confront an unprecedented enemy they have never faced before.
- Director: Tenshou (Rewrite)
- Series Composition: Jin Haganeya (Guilty Crown script)
- Studio: Bibury Animation Studio
Azur Lane is a cellphone game, which is a collaboration from Chinese web companies Manjuu Co. Ltd. and Yongshi Co. Ltd., and streamed via video streaming website Bilibili since May of last year in China. It has been available in Japan via Yostar since September of last year, and in Korea via X.D. Global since March 27. It will be available in English this fall. The game title reads Bilan Hangxian in Chinese. The game is a shooting game, which controls warships. A PS4 game version, Azur Lane: Crosswave, has also been announced. A manga adaptation titled Azur Lane: Queen’s Orders by Tsuchii (Girls & Panzer: Comic Anthology) has been announced to serialize via Comic REX magazine.
Game official site: https://www.azurlane.jp/
Game official Twitter: @azurlane_staff
Source: Moca News