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One Piece fans who have been wanting to set sail on a brand new adventure on Nintendo Switch don’t need to wait much longer. Bandai Namco announced today that One Piece Odyssey is headed to Nintendo Switch in a special Deluxe Edition on July 26th, 2024.



What is One Piece Odyssey?

Featuring a story penned by series creator, Eiichiro Oda, One Piece Odyssey is a turn-based RPG that follows the Straw Hat Pirates as they crash land on the island of Waford and are stripped of their powers by the mysterious Lim. Relive the memories of the Straw Hats as they journey through some of their most iconic arcs to regain their abilities. Players will be able to relive moments from Alabasta, Water Seven, Marineford, and Dressrosa through exploration and turn-based battles featuring most of the current Straw Hat crew: Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Sanji, Chopper, Robin, Franky, and Brook.

One Piece Odyssey: Deluxe Edition

The Deluxe Edition of One Piece Odyssey that is headed to Nintendo Switch features a few extra goodies that weren’t included in the base game on other platforms, including the additional scenario “Reunion of Memories” that is playable after completing the main campaign. The Deluxe edition will also include the Traveling Outfit Set, featuring outfits for the Straw Hats from before the two-year timeskip, as well as an additional Sniper King outfit for Usopp. Exclusive to the Nintendo Switch version of One Piece Odyssey is the City of Water outfit set, featuring the crew’s outfits from the Water Seven arc of the manga and anime.

When is One Piece Odyssey coming to Nintendo Switch?

Avid One Piece fans only need to wait a few short months until One Piece Odyssey graces their Nintendo Switch systems, as the release date is only three months away, releasing on July 26th, 2024.

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