Bandai Namco Entertainment has released a handful of new screenshots for their upcoming open-world adventure game, ONE PIECE World Seeker. They include some brand new art as well as screenshots of new worlds within the game. The game sees Luffy and the band of Straw Hat Pirates set sail into a brand new adventure in the world of ONE PIECE: World Seeker. The game is set to launch later this year for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, but no specific release date has yet been announced for the title.

The new screenshots released today are shown in the gallery below. They show new areas ranging from a lake, to a mine, to an underwater fort. There are also two pieces of art included in this set of images.


ONE PIECE: World Seeker is still shrouded in a bit of mystery, as not that much is known about the game (aside from the fact that players will get to play as Luffy and utilize his arsenal of gum-gum abilities). We also know that the game’s large, open world contains a myriad of different locales that include beaches, castles, cities, farms, and of course much more. Bandai Namco Entertainment America’s press release about today’s unveiling of a new set of screenshots did not help this, as it was very short and to the point. It did not provide any details on the new areas shown off in this new batch of images.

Bandai Namco Entertainment America also released a whole bunch of new screenshots several weeks ago, too. If you missed that, you can check them out here. They’ve been teasing with lots of screenshots, but pretty quiet on details so far.

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