One Piece: Burning Blood online multiplayer trailer, demo now available in the west

Get a look at the game's online territory building campaign.

One Piece: Burning Blood

Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for One Piece: Burning Blood introducing the fighting game’s multiple online multiplayer modes.

This includes “Pirate Flag Battle,” a multiplayer online territory building campaign that allows players to join a pirate crew and sail across the seas to claim victory at different famous locations. Also shown are “Ranked Matches” and “Player Matches,” where players can challenge friends and other players online in battle.

Outside of multiplayer, the trailer also highlights three downloadable characters—Gear 4th Luffy, Afro Luffy, and Kung Luffy—who are available to users who pre-order the game.

Bandai Namco also announced that the One Piece: Burning Blood demo, which first launched in Japan last month, is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America and Europe via their respective stores.

One Piece: Burning Blood is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on April 21, and for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PS Vita in North America on May 31 and in Europe on June 3. A PC version will also be released in June.

Watch the new trailer below.

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