Azur Lane creators unveil Azur Promilia with Palworld and Genshin Impact vibes

Azur Lane creators unveil Azur Promilia with Palworld and Genshin Impact vibes 1

The developers of Azur Lane have revealed Azur Promilia, a game that combines the charms of Genshin Impact and Palworld.

Azur Lane is a side-scrolling bullethell game developed by Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi. It was released in 2017 for iOS and Android. In the game, players can collect various ships, which they can assemble into teams.

The developers have announced Azur Promilia, and its announcement trailer was released on their YouTube channel today, March 20, 2024. This fantasy role-playing game is reminiscent of Genshin Impact with the combat style and Palworld with its pets and creatures. The game offers stunning visuals and an exciting art style, and the ability to ride land and flight creatures is exciting.

Players can pre-register on the official website as well as view the characters, creatures called Kibo, bosses that players can encounter, and the world. The game would be available for PC, mobile, and PlayStation 5. There is currently no announced release date for Azur Promilia.

Players can choose between two main characters, one female and one male. This is common in many role-playing games nowadays, such as Genshin Impact, Honkai: Star Rail, and Wuthering Waves.

In the gameplay demonstration, each character seems to have a companion tied to them. These companions are called “Kibo” which also have their own uses in collecting materials from the overworld. They can be swapped out with the other Kibos they acquire, which may be similar to the artifact system of Genshin Impact.

Besides the intense combat, there’s also a peaceful side to the game where players can work together with their Kibo for farming. These creatures can be assigned to a “work station” such as mining, similar to Palworld, to get certain materials.

What’s exciting is flying with a dragon and possibly more Kibos in the future. There doesn’t seem to be an energy meter that runs out, forcing players to land like in Palworld. This seems similar to flying in Fly For Fun or Flyff, where players can fly freely around the world.

Azur Promilia seems like a promising role-playing game that people who love Genshin Impact, Palworld, and even Stardew Valley should check out. Stay tuned for more information on Azur Promilia!

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