Here are some brand new screenshots for One Piece Odyssey

Bandai Namco has shared a new set of screenshots for their upcoming One Piece RPG, One Piece Odyssey. These screenshots show different characters, enemies and environments. As such, they can give you an idea of ​​the game’s art style.

One Piece Odyssey promises to pack unique elements of adventure from One Piece. As the publisher noted, this project has been underway for many years so fans can “really touches the ONE PIECE world and is now ready to be revealed. “

Players will take part in this brand new RPG featuring new character and monster designs produced by Eiichiro Oda, the author of One Piece. The game will also feature beautiful music from Motoi Sakuraba; a composer known for his various contributions to video games such as the Dark Souls and Tales of series.

In this RPG, players will defeat new enemies, solve mysteries and reveal an entire adventure. Players will experience quests and dungeons all with an authentic ONE PIECE twist. In addition to Luffy, players will also be able to play as Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Sanji, Chopper, Robin, Frankie and Brook.

One Piece Odyssey will come to PC later this year.


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