Bandai Namco trademarks One Piece Odyssey in Japan, MHUI and MHUR in Europe

New One Piece and My Hero Academia games coming?

One Piece: World Seeker

Shueisha and Bandai Namco Entertainment filed a trademark for “One Piece Odyssey” on June 17 in Japan, which was made public today.

The last major One Piece game from Bandai Namco was One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, which was developed by Omega Force and launched for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam in March 2020. And before that was One Piece: World Seeker (pictured), which was developed by Ganbarion and launched for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam in March 2019.

In Europe, Bandai Namco Entertainment also trademarked “MHUI” and “MHUR” on June 25. These could be for My Hero Academia-related games.

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