1 Piece fans will have a whole lot to be excited about. Bandai Namco has announced that One part: Pirate Warriors 4 will arrive March 27 from the west!
Produced by Omega Force, a branch of Koei Tecmo, the 1 Piece: Pirate Warriors games take inspiration from the Dynasty Warriors franchise. As in similar”Musou” titles, the One Piece: Pirate Warriors games focus on significant action with a massive number of onscreen enemies.
The game is given its main roster yet by the fourth iteration in the series, with more than 40 characters from the One part franchise. New additions to the game include aerial battle and environments.
The title will consist of an all-new story, in addition to moments from the series that is anime. Characters in the Dressrosa Arc and Whole Cake Island Arc will appear in the franchise for the first time.
One Piece is the bestselling manga series ever, promoting 460 million copies. Made by Eiichiro Oda, the franchise has spawned a popular anime, 13 movies, a trading card game, and, clearly, that the 1 Piece: Pirate Warriors video games.
After the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, the show sees Luffy and his Straw Hat Pirates following the fabled One Piece treasure, which depends upon its owner the name of King of the Pirates.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is set to launch on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Switch. Along with a copy of the game in addition to a 30-centimetre LED diorama, fans can purchase a version at a collector’s box Besides the regular edition!
The game will also offer you a high number of pre-order incentives that are costume and day one. Those who purchase the game on day-one will get unique outfits for Nami (Onami), Zoro (Zorojuro), and Sanji (Soba Mask), as well as two pendants which have yet to be revealed.
A Digital Deluxe Edition will be offered to PlayStation 4 and Switch owners, which will allow early access to Vinsmoke Ichiji, the characters Vinsmoke Niji and Vinsmoke Yonji. A Season Pass can also be purchased, allowing an exclusive theme for PlayStation 4 owners, as well as access to Charlotte Katakuri.