One Piece: Grand Cruise announced for PlayStation VR; “unprecedented” One Piece game also announced

Two new One Piece games revealed.

One Piece

Two new One Piece games are in development, the latest issue of Weekly Jump reveals. One is a PlayStation VR-exclusive title called One Piece: Grand Cruise, and the other is a still untitled One Piece game code-named “Dawn.”

Get the information on each title below.

One Piece: Grand Cruise (PlayStation VR)

  • The game’s genre, release date, and price have yet to be announced.
  • The game’s content is also yet to be announced, but screenshots in the magazine show exploration of a ship. This is only a guess, but perhaps it is a game where you interact with your crewmates?
  • A special demo of the game will be playable by up to eight users at once at the “Tokyo One Piece Tower” event in Tokyo Tower on July 22.
  • The official website will be available here when it opens.

Unprecedented One Piece Game (Platforms Unknown)

  • The game is code-named “Dawn” and is being developed in collaboration between Shueisha, Toei Animation, and Bandai Namco.
  • It is an “unprecedented One Piece game.” (In other words, it has not been done before.)
  • It is a game with an unheard of, super new feeling.
  • The original author, Eiichiro Oda, is cooperating on development.
  • Planning and conception is taking quite some time.
  • It’s an enormous game. The setting and music from the anime are being poured into the game.

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