News Bandai Namco Streams Jump Festa Trailers for One Piece: World Seeker, My Hero Academia: One's Justice, Black Clover: Quartet Knights Games
posted on 2017-12-18 06:00 EST by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Bandai Namco Entertainment began streaming new videos on Monday for the One Piece: World Seeker, My Hero Academia: One's Justice, and Black Clover: Quartet Knights video games. The company streamed the trailers previously during livestreams at the Jump Festa 2018 event last weekend.
One Piece: World Seeker (English Version)
One Piece: World Seeker (Japanese Version)
The One Piece: World Seeker game will ship for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam in the Americas and Europe in 2018. Bandai Namco Entertainment America describes the game:
Set sail in an all-new ONE PIECE adventure in ONE PIECE: World Seeker! Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates are back in a new story that puts players' into Luffy's point of view, as he battles and explores an expansive and seamless world. Open landscapes provide many paths for players to experience Luffy's gum-gum abilities and swing into action.
The "dramatic free world action adventure" game will also ship for the PlayStation 4 in Japan in 2018.
The game will feature the talents of One Piece anime producer Hiroki Koyama from Toei Animation, One Piece media supervisor Suguru Sugita from Shueisha, One Piece game supervisor Yuji Suzuki from Shueisha, and One Piece game producer Kōji Nakajima from Bandai Namco Entertainment.
My Hero Academia: One's Justice (Izuku Midoriya version)
My Hero Academia: One's Justice (Tomura Shigaraki version)
The battle action game will be available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan in 2018. Bandai Namco Entertainment filed a trademark for "One's Justice" in Europe earlier this month.
Black Clover: Quartet Knights
The "magic x third-person shooter" PlayStation 4 game will launch in Japan in 2018. The game will allow for four vs. four matches.
The game will arrive in the West next year for PS4 and PC.
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