Black Clover: Quartet Knights

Black Clover, a new and upcoming anime and manga series, is already popular enough to get its own video game. Not only that, Bandai Namco plans to bring the game, Black Clover: Quartet Knights, to the West in 2018 for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam.

English announcement trailer:

The Black Clover anime is currently part of Toonami’s anime viewing block. Viz publishes the manga in English.

For further details, check out Bandai Namco’s full press release.

Black Clover: Quartet Knights to Merge Magic and Shooter Gameplay in New Third Person Anime Game

The Exciting Manga and Anime Series is Coming to PlayStation® 4 and PC via STEAM.

Santa Clara, Calif., (Dec 18, 2017) – BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment, Inc., today announced Black Clover: Quartet Knights, a third-person magic shooting game, set in the world of the new anime and manga series Black Clover. The game will be available for PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system and PC via STEAM® in 2018.

Based on the hit manga and recently launched anime series, Black Clover: Quartet Knights enables players to form their own ultimate Magic Knights Squads to challenge rivals in cooperative battles with friends. Featuring a unique combination of third person shooting and magic combat, players will create balanced and diverse teams of four using complementary player types including attack, defense, and support specializations and face off in heated battle.

“We’re excited to bring Black Clover: Quartet Knights to life with the compelling story and intense magical action that fans of the anime and manga will recognize and appreciate,” said Stephen Akana, Marketing Brand Manager at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. “New fans and aspiring Wizard Kings alike can summon their magic and prepare for battle when Black Clover: Quartet Knights is conjured up in 2018.”


Tyler Trosper
Tyler Trosper graduated Ball State University with a major in Creative Writing and a minor in Professional Writing. Originally joining Operation Rainfall as an anime news writer, he also writes gaming news and dabbles in reviews. His one true love in life is Xenosaga, and he prays daily for a fourth game.