One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 character trailer Bandai Namco Entertainment

Bandai Namco Entertainment has been drip-feeding us gameplay of One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 characters. But with the March 27 release date rapidly approaching, it has decided to open the floodgates and give players a taste of all 43 playable characters in one explosive trailer.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 features the biggest roster of playable characters in any Pirate Warriors game to date. The roster pulls from a wide number of story arcs and their myriad pirate groups. You will get to play as the one and only Luffy (aka Straw Hat), of course, but also the larger than life Big Mom, the seductive Boa Hancock, the bizarre Emporio Ivankov, and the Strongest Creature in the World, Kaido. And that’s just to name a tiny amount of the weird and wonderful characters in the game.

Check out one powerful move from each of the 43 characters in the trailer below.

If you’d like to see a bit more from some of the characters on the roster, make sure you check out the trailers for Dracule Mihawk, Buggy, Boa Hancock, and Emporio Ivankov. You can also watch some potent gameplay from Big Mom and Kaido in their introduction trailer.

Not just a remake

Players will also experience some original content in the Land of the Wano created solely for this title. And, although the anime is ongoing, Pirate Warriors 4 will have an ending. It’s a treasure trove of content for fans of the series.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is available for pre-purchase from Bandai Namco’s website or through Steam. If you pre-purchase the game, you will gain early access to the Germa 66 Vinsmoke brothers. You’ll also obtain two unique costumes inspired by Dynasty Warriors. Trafalgar Law will receive the Cao Pi costume, while Boa Hancock gets the Wang Yuanji costume.

One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 Pre Purchase Content

Take a look at the characters and costumes you get for pre-purchasing.

Logan Broadley
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