One Piece Odyssey gets new gameplay showing Water Seven

One Piece Odyssey gets new gameplay showing Water Seven


In a new anime adaptation, Bandai Namco and developer ILCA are working in collaboration on a game for the popular One Piece franchise, which promises to be the most ambitious game in the series to date.

Entitled One Piece Odyssey, this new title will be a turn-based JRPG that promises to deliver an epic adventure for fans. During the game, players will visit locations from the characters’ memories, taken from previous encounters, including the classic Water Seven.


The game has now just gained new gameplay, showing off more of Water Seven, as Luffy and his tripluation explore the location, meet up with new and old characters, and face creatures in combat.

Check out the gameplay below:


Combat in One Piece Odyssey will be turn-based. To add an extra layer of strategy, combat will be focused on hitting the enemy’s weakness, acting as a kind of rock, paper, and scissors.

During exploration, each member of the Straw Hats will have their unique abilities that will help in traversing the world, such as Zoro being able to cut through obstacles or Luffy reaching distant locations, making each character unique and useful for exploration.

In One Piece Odyssey, Luffy and his crew end up stranded on Waflid Island, which is full of natural beauty and seems to be surrounded by storms and infested with dangerous monsters.

The game will be a complete JRPG, featuring a turn-based combat system, as well as bringing dungeons to explore and several side quests scattered around the world to complete.

One Piece Odyssey will be released on January 13, 2023 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.

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