By Michael Fontanini / February 9th, 2018
Bandai Namco Entertainment America is pleased to announce the release of The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia. This third-person action game is the video game adaptation of the anime/manga series, The Seven Deadly Sins. With a pile of quests topping 100 in all, players will discover many colorful locales and challenges along the way. Bandai Namco Entertainment America’s Associate Brand Manager, Randy Le, detailed the title:
“The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia delivers a heart-pounding 3rd person action experience giving fans the opportunity to choose from over twenty playable characters to explore the exciting world of Britannia for the very first time. The Seven Deadly Sins anime series has attracted a dedicated fan-base since it started streaming exclusively on Netflix last year. We’d like to invite the fans of the anime to experience this beloved anime by interacting with their favorite characters, living out pivotal storylines, and throw down with blisteringly fast battles.”
The press release also included a pile of screenshots of the game in action:
The Seven Deadly Sins is a gang of legendary rebels. They are now hunted by the Holy Knights, a group of elite guards, after being blamed for the overthrowing of the Kingdom of Liones. Things take an unexpected turn when a young girl, Elizabeth, turns up carrying a sincere wish. She is searching for The Seven Deadly Sins and a new adventure begins. Players will take on many quests, guided by rumors they hear from the citizens. Each character has their own abilities and skills for players to take advantage of in the game’s dynamic battle system.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia is available now on the PlayStation 4 with a price tag of $59.99. It received a rating of “T for Teen” from the ESRB. Physical copies are available at many retailers, and you can also purchase the game via the PlayStation Network if you prefer a digital download. You can find out more about the game at its official website.
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