Meet Akainu, Aokiji, Kizaru, Kuma, Mihawk and more in ‘One Piece: Burning Blood’

Once again the developer Bandai Namco has shared a new series of images related to One Piece: Burning Blood, the latest title in the One Piece series that will be released this may 31 in North America and 3 of June in Europe for PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and other platforms.

On this occasion the company has focused on some of the playable characters of this installment: Akainu, Aokiji, Kizaru, Kuma, Mihawk, Gekko Moriah and Sengoku. We can also find in the new images a few captures of the “Marineford Bay” and “Plaza Oris” stages, in which we appreciate a environment full of details.

You can take a look at the characters and settings in the screenshots below:


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