One Piece: World Seeker ‘Sky Island, Karma, Treasure Maps, and Law’ screenshots

A floating island high above Prison Island.

One Piece: World Seeker

Bandai Namco has released a new set of One Piece: World Seeker screenshots featuring the recently introduced Sky Island location, Karma and Treasure Maps systems, and Trafalgar D. Law.

Here is an overview of screenshots and game, via Bandai Namco:

Bandai Namco Entertainment America

The new screenshots highlight Sky Island – a floating island high above Prison Island full of adventure, a Karma System which will reward players with special events as relationships with enemies and partners increase, and treasure maps which will send players on treasure hunts throughout the world to find special items.

In One Piece: World Seeker, players control series protagonist, Monkey D. Luffy, as he explores Prison Island, which was devastated by war several years ago and has begun to be rebuilt under the watchful eye of the Navy. Take on missions from island inhabitants and grow Luffy’s skills to take on more challenging opponents and situations.

Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe

The first new feature is the Pirate Karma system. By completing missions for a specific character or faction, Luffy’s Pirate Karma with them will increase. Upon reaching certain levels, unique cutscenes and missions will then be unlocked for players.

The second new feature is the Treasure Hunt. Obtained by collecting mysterious maps, players will use their knowledge of Prison Island to discover buried treasure and gain new ingredients or items to help Luffy on his quest.

Also revealed is a new location, Sky Island, and new character, Trafalgar D. Law. Sky Island is a unique environment floating high above Prison Island. It features vastly different landscapes from Prison Island for Luffy to explore and traverse.

One Piece: World Seeker is due out for PlayStation 4 on March 14 in Japan, and for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 15 in the Americas and Europe.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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