Leave your compass behind and join Luffy as he embarks on a brand new action-packed adventure where you can experience the powers of the legendary Gum-Gum fruit to uncover hidden secrets on an original, never-before-seen island.
The One Piece franchise is well used in World Seeker, providing plenty of fan service to the players, but unfortunately Gambarion failed to build a great and satisfying open world around it.
I enjoyed One Piece: World Seeker in spite of its flaws, but anyone who isn't a big fan of One Piece will likely find the game a chore to get through.
For die-hard ONE PIECE fans and players interested in creatively swinging around some nice-looking cities, this is the ideal title, but too many elements feel unfinished or underdeveloped to truly say its potential was fulfilled.
There is no good reason to buy this game unless you're a die-hard One Piece fan that cares about the characters enough to slog through the awful gameplay. The story and visuals, while great, simply aren't enough to make this one worth your time.
One Piece: World Seeker falls flat. Its poor mechanics, sloppy combat, slow pacing, and repetitiveness all made me want to stop playing. The game has a decent story but was not worth the frustration. I would not recommend.
December 12, 2017
Bandai Namco confirms that One Piece: World Seeker will also be released in PC and Xbox One.