One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 ‘Carrot and Jinbe’ trailers

Rabbit mink and member of the Inuarashi Musketeer Squad.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

Bandai Namco has released a new character trailer for One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 featuring Carrot and Jinbe.

Here is an overview of each character, via the game’s official website:


A member of the Inuarashi Musketeer Squad, from the Battlebeast Tribe found on the New World island of Zou. One of the rabbit minks. Along with the two kings of the Mokomo Dukedom, she is in charge of the Kingsbird. One of the strongest of the Minks, mainly thanks to her excellent jumping ability and visual acuity. Take away her favorite carrot and she’ll attack you, pat her head and she’ll regain her senses. She can be a bit bitey.

  • Action Type: Speed – Carrot is a wild hunter type who uses her amazing jump abilities to get anywhere she wants! She follows up every attack with an impassioned, dramatic pose. Electro enables her to shock her opponents and paralyze them, rendering them unable to fight back. As her close-combat skills leave her open to counterattacks, it’s best to electrocute the enemy first before attacking. Electrocute, attack, jump away, rinse and repeat. Her most lethal move is her Sulong transformation, which increases her power dramatically.


A whale shark Fish-Man. Also known as “First Son of the Sea Jimbei.” Formerly one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea. He uses both Fish-Man Karate and Fish-Man Jujutsu. When his homeland of Fish-Man Island was being attacked, Whitebeard protected it, for which Jimbei felt a great debt. When Ace was leading his own pirates and made an attack on Whitebeard, Jimbei was the one who fought him to a standstill.

  • Action Type: Power – Jimbei is a skilled user of Fish-Man Karate and Fish-Man Jujutsu, and has a powerful distance attack that blasts water at enemies. He is best used with ranged attacks and charges at first, before getting in close and defeating the enemy with martial arts techniques.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch on March 26 in Japan, and for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on March 27 in the Americas and Europe. Read more about the game here.

Watch the trailers below.



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