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Bandai Namco of Europe has announced that One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition is releasing for the Nintendo Switch in September 2017. It will include 2-player co-op and over 40 DLC packs to make this adventure bigger than ever before. We’re still waiting on Bandai Namco to make an official announcement for North America, and we’ll update with that information as soon as it’s available.

 

 

The Straw Hat Pirates will dock on PS4 and PC with a brand new revamped version of the game, and for the first time ever on Nintendo Switch in September. The game comes with several new features from technical and content side.
Explore the Grand Blue as never you’ve never seen it before. One Piece Unlimited World – Red Deluxe Edition will support up to 4K on PC & PS4 Pro, Full HD on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Players can rely up to 60 fps on all three platforms in order to allow for a powerful and enjoyable experience. All games modes will be available for PS4 Pro, PS4™ and Nintendo Switch in 2-player Co-Op!

Re-discover the original adventure of Luffy and his pirate crew that encounter and befriends a cheerful yet mysterious raccoon named Pato who possesses a shadowy power to create anything drawn onto a leaf. In order to help their newfound friend, Pato leads the crew to the Forgotten Island where they get kidnapped by a wicked pirate named The Red Count and Luffy must fight to recover his crew from the enemy’s grasp and find out exactly what The Red Count’s evil plots are. The adventure will come loaded with incredible content thanks to the inclusion of more than 40 DLC’s.

ONE PIECE UNLIMITED WORLD RED – DELUXE EDITION will be available digitally for PlayStation 4,PlayStation 4 Pro and PC on August 25th 2017. Nintendo Switch – both physically and digitally on September 2017.

Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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