Tencent has presented a new One Piece video game for mobile devices. Currently known under the non-definitive name of Project: Fighter, it is a fighting title in two-dimensional view developed by Morefun Studios for iOS and Android devices. Bandai Namco has authorized the transfer of the license for its future release in China, the only territory confirmed at this time.
Judging by the video, given that the details are scarce, we find characters like Monkey D. Luffy, Nami Y Zoro, three of the main protagonists of the manganime and members of the crew of the Straw Hats, in the era before the time-skip. Mythical clashes from the series will be recreated, such as the Zoro vs Mihawk. Some of the techniques and movements will feature very spectacular three-dimensional scenes.
At a mechanical level, One Piece: Project Fighter it will have four main commands: the standard strike and three techniques subject to the level of energy available. Details about a possible arrival of the game to the West have not been released. Accompanying this announcement it has been revealed that Tencent is also working on a mobile video game based on One Punch Man and that they will edit Digimon: New Century. Both products only for China at the moment.
One Piece grows on Crunchyroll: 400 more episodes with subtitles
In other news related to the One Piece universe, we have recently learned that Crunchyroll has added since May 16 a batch of more than 400 episodes subtitled into Spanish corresponding to the previous stages of the current anime saga. Although the platform offers in simulcast With each new weekly episode with Spanish subtitles, several hundred of the initial stages of Eiichiro Oda’s series remained.
The service now also hosts the stage episodes 326 to 746 (arcs from Thriller Bark, War Against the Navy (Marineford), the time skip and the first three arcs once they arrived in the New World: Isle of Fishmen, Punk Hazard and Dressrosa).
Via | Daniel Ahmad |