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One Piece Odyssey announces its release date and goes to 2023

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Fans of manganime in general and One Piece in particular are in luck with One Piece Odyssey, an RPG that will put us in the shoes of Monkey D. Luffy and that will invite us to live all kinds of adventures while we fight in exciting turn-based fights. Now, in that sense, One Piece Odyssey announces its final release datewhich has finally been moved to 2023. But don’t worry, you won’t have to wait much longer, because it will be the January 12, 2023 when we can start enjoying this long-awaited video game based on one of the most successful anime in history.

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On the occasion of Tokyo Game Show 2022the most important video game fair in Japan, which has started today, Bandai Namco has dedicated a complete space to One Piece Odyssey that has culminated with a exciting new trailer that has revealed the delay of the game, which until now was scheduled for 2022, without a specific date. The Japanese company has announced that the title will arrive on January 12 on consoles, while the version of Steam will appear a day later, the January 13th.

One Piece Odyssey is fully seen in a new gameplay

One Piece Odyssey was scheduled to arrive in the year of 25th anniversary of the franchise Eiichiro Oda, but we will have to wait a few additional weeks to sink our teeth into it. The Bandai Namco title will feature a original story within the One Piece universe in which we will find many of the well-known manganime characters and also new ones, created under the supervision and approval of Oda himself. Remember that it will be January 12, 2023 when you can get One Piece Odyssey on Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and other platforms.

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