One Piece World Seeker DLC 3 is Out Now

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oprainfall | One Piece World Seeker DLC 3


Bandai Namco America is excited to announce that the 3rd DLC for One Piece World Seeker has now arrived. In One Piece World Seeker DLC 3, Players will join Trafalgar Law, who is not just the captain, but also the doctor of Heart Pirates. You’ll also be joining young Roule, a budding adventurer who wants to be nothing short of the greatest adventurer ever! He also is very determined to map the entire world in the process. Law ends up choosing to take Roule with him to Sky Island to help him fulfill his dream. Of course, that’s when things head south, as trouble breaks lose! Here is the trailer for the new DLC:


One Piece World Seeker is an action adventure game. It is based on the One Piece series, and is available on Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. You can find out more about it at the One Piece World Seeker official website. Here is Bandai Namco America’s twitter announcement for One Piece World Seeker DLC 3:

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