In this month’s V-Jump magazine, new visuals from the upcoming One Piece: Grand Cruise VR have appeared. While not much is known about the game, we get a fairly decent amount of information of the game with the scans, including some nice shots of gameplay. According to some of the scans, popular One Piece characters will make the transition to the game, allowing you to train with the likes of Zoro and battle alongside the Straw Hats. Decisions made while communicating in the game will also affect how events unfold, revealed via a brief shot of dialogue with Nami.
We also get a great look at the Straw Hat Pirates battling a Kraken, where the only way to defeat it is to man the cannons of a ship and take it down with your crew. According to the scans, more information is coming soon in future V-Jumps, but you can take a look at the full scans from the magazine by heading over to ShonenGames now, who have translated it.
For more on the upcoming One Piece: Grand Cruise VR, which was announced back in July, check out below:
A pirate’s life is fun, but dangerous. Go on a journey to the ocean together with the Straw Hat Pirates. The player is an apprentice pirate of the Straw Hat Pirates, and embark on a “one day voyage” on the Thousand Sunny. Adventures and events only unique to virtual reality will unfold, including navy shooting battles and communication events in which you’ll become closer with the Straw Hat Pirates.
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.
Release details for both Japan and the West have yet to be confirmed, but be sure to stay tuned for any updates.