One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 English Subtitled Trailer Streamed

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Action game debuting in Americas, Europe, Middle-East, and Australasian territories this summer

Bandai Namco Games Europe began streaming an English subtitled trailer, titled "Grand Line (Here they come)," for the upcoming One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 action game on Wednesday. The video teases some of the events in the story, as well as locations in the game (including the Shells Town, Syrup Village, Baratie, Arlong Park, Logue Town, Drum Island, Alabasta, Skypiea, and Enies Lobby locations).

Bandai Namco Games first streamed the trailer in Japanese last February. Bandai Namco Games Europe is also streaming the same trailer subtitled in French, Italian, Spanish, and German.

Bandai Namco Games previously revealed character gameplay videos for Crocodile, Enel, Roronoa Zoro, Mihawk, Smoker, Buggy the Clown, Tashigi, Ace, Chopper, Sabo, Sanji, Aokiji, Usopp, and Rob Lucci, as well as two promotional videos showing locations in the story.

Bandai Namco Games will release the game on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC (via Steam) in Europe, the Middle-East, Australasia, and the Americas this summer.

The game will ship in Japan on March 26, but no Steam version has been announced for that country. First copies of the game will include an early unlock code to play as Sabo, a product code for Luffy's special costumes, and a serial code for a character in the smartphone game app One Piece Treasure Cruise.

The game will follow Luffy's journey from the beginning through the Dressrosa Arc. Omega Force is again developing the game, which will allow players to go through the One Piece story with improved graphics. Namco Bandai Games released the first One Piece Pirate Warriors in Japan on PlayStation 3 and later in Europe and America in 2012. The second game shipped in Japan for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita and in Europe and North America for PlayStation 3 in 2013.

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