Bandai Namco gives players a fresh look at what they can do in One Piece Odyssey while joining the Straw Hats.
Bandai Namco gives players a fresh look at what they can do in One Piece Odyssey while joining the Straw Hat Pirates.
Bandai Namco previously showed players some of the locations awaiting the Straw Hat Pirates in One Piece Odyssey, while the latest trailer introduces gameplay to give players a better idea of what they’ll be up to. do when the game releases. Developer ILCA takes players on a tour of Alabasta, a key location in One Piece’s first story, to showcase the finer points of exploration, combat, and quest options. It looks like ILCA will make sure Alabasta and Waford have plenty to do and battle as the Straw Hats try to uncover Waford’s mysteries while viewing key locations different from their previous adventures like how.
One Piece Odyssey will focus on Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates as the crew is stranded on the mysterious island of Waford due to a sudden storm. Players will control Luffy and at least 7 other members of the Straw Hats as they battle and explore throughout Waford to learn the secrets it is hiding while trying to find a way to escape. The game will feature a turn-based combat system, with players engaging in battle with a party of three, along with exploring to make the most of the Straw Hats’ different abilities.
Gameplay is at the heart of the game’s latest extended trailer to give players a deeper look at what awaits them. The main point of the trailer is to explore the game and how the crew can interact with the world while visiting locations in One Piece’s long history. One of such features introduced in the trailer is character action and fieldwork, where players can swap between characters freely while exploring to take advantage of their characters’ abilities. to collect items or find hidden spaces.
It looks like there will be plenty of quests for players to enjoy, with the trailer showcasing the “side stories” available to the Straw Hats. Side quests will become available as the player progresses through the main story, helping to unravel the core mysteries surrounding Waford. The trailer seems to reveal that the side stories will also focus on a select number of characters from the group, with Chopper and Sanji at the center of the two introduced missions.
However, Combat takes up most of the trailer’s length, with it showing off some of the finer points of the combat system that ILCA has crafted for the Odyssey. In addition to the typical turn-based combat style, players will need to pay attention to the combat type effectiveness of their characters, which can determine how much less or more damage a character deals. The trailer then introduced more “scramble zone battles”, where players will need to maximize battle space, and “dramatic scenes” that provide additional battle conditions for players to try and complete. for more experience.