SINGAPORE – 20 August, 2019 – BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Asia is pleased to announce the latest trailer for ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 4 slated for release in 2020 for the PlayStation🄬4 and Nintendo Switch™.
In the latest trailer, witness the heart-rending fight between Luffy and Sanji, the wedding ceremony of Sanji and Pudding as well as the iconic scenes from the Whole Cake Island Arc! Furthermore, enjoy the exhilarating actions in PIRATE WARRIORS series with new breathtaking elements such as “Destructive Action” when buildings or fields are being destroyed and “Aerial Warrior Action” through seamless execution of mid-air and ground combo attack! Don’t miss the grand boss battle with one of the Four Emperors, Big Mom. Action scenes of new playable characters such as Germa 66 will also be unveiled for the first time.
What is ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS?
The first ONE PIECE × WARRIORS collaboration was released in 2012. Since then, over 4 million copies of this highly popular ONE PIECE game series have been sold worldwide. Fans enjoy and extol the experience of iconic scenes from ONE PIECE in the game story. Simplified controls and thrilling action mowing down countless enemies are the very characteristics of PIRATE WARRIOR series.
What is ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 4?
The latest work title of the highly popular “PIRATE WARRIORS” series sold over 4 million copies worldwide!
The ultimate collaboration between the popular anime ONE PIECE and the stimulating action series WARRIORS presents the latest title of the PIRATE WARRIORS series, ONE PIECE PIRATE WARRIORS 4!
The game returns with game developer, Koei Tecmo Games ω-Force replicating the battlefield with destructible environment and particle effects based on conceptualized ONE PIECE’s realism.
Furthermore, new elements that were once unthinkable in the past PIRATE WARRIORS series are now incorporated into the exhilarating ONE PIECE Action!
ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 4 is slated for release in 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Digital PC with English subtitles and Japanese voice-over for Southeast Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia).