ONE PIECE World Seeker Unveils a Ton of New Screenshots

Friday, January 19th, 2018

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ONE PIECE World Seeker

 

Bandai Namco Entertainment America has unveiled a slew of new screenshots for ONE PIECE World Seeker today in a new press release. The new collection of images contains 15 screenshots in all to check out.

ONE PIECE World Seeker is coming out later this year on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. In the game, players will sail off on a new adventure in the world of the ONE PIECE anime series. Luffy and the band of Straw Hat Pirates will explore this brand new world full of beaches, castles, cities, farms, and much more. Along the way, they will also battle their foes. Luffy’s gumgum abilities will be instrumental in winning your battles. They include moves like the elephant gatling, the gum-gum rocket, or the gum-gum UFO. Without further ado, here is the collection of new screenshots released today by Bandai Namco Entertainment America:

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