Bandai Namco Ent. to Release One Piece: Burning Blood PS4/PS Vita Game in 12 Languages
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Bandai Namco Entertainment revealed on Monday that it plans to release its One Piece: Burning Blood PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita game in 12 languages. The languages include: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Neutral Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Bandai Namco Entertainment has also opened a website for the game that reveals that the "competitive action" game will ship in 2016.
Bandai Namco Entertainment had revealed the game earlier this month at the Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia press conference. The game's website is also streaming a teaser promotional video, which is the same video that that Bandai Namco Entertainment showed during the press conference.
Spike Chunsoft is developing the game. Kōji Nakajima (One Piece: Pirate Warriors franchise, One Piece Unlimited World Red) is producing at Bandai Namco, and Hiroyuki Kaneko and Tairi Kikuchi are serving as director and game designer, respectively.
Additionally, Bandai Namco Entertainment has opened a website for a new One Piece smartphone game titled One Piece Thousand Storm. The company plans to release the "pirates united RPG" in 2016. The game will feature the One Piece characters in 3D and will also feature three-player multiplay. The iOS/Android game will be free to play, but some in-game items will cost extra.
Bandai Namco Entertainment had filed new trademarks for "Burning Blood," "Thousand Storm," and other names in the United States and Europe between August 31 and September 7.
Source: Famitsu via One Piece Podcast, Gematsu