One Piece Odyssey Demo Will Be Roughly 1-2 Hours Long

    Includes a save data bonus for the full game.

    Bandai Namco producer Katsuaki Tsuzaki revealed new details regarding the upcoming One Piece Odyssey demo launching on January 10.

    According to Tsuzaki, the One Piece Odyssey demo features roughly 1-2 hours of content from the full game. As a result, playtime during the demo and the first two hours of the full game should be nearly identical.

    Save data from the demo is transferrable to the full game as well. Players who enjoy the demo and purchase the full game may continue their One Piece journey from where it last left off. Additionally, players gain a Golden Jelly item as a bonus for transferring save data.

    Bandai Namco’s producer message from Katsuaki Tsuzaki may be watched below:

    Here’s an overview of One Piece Odyssey via Bandai Namco:

    One Piece Odyssey is a modern take on the classic JRPG with a One Piece twist. Dive into the various systems that come together to make One Piece Odyssey an unforgettable experience for all comers, from JRPG and One Piece veterans to newcomers of the beloved series!
    • Master the strengths of each Straw Hat member in battles that never play out the same way twice. Scramble Areas add a new dimension to combat, while Dramatic Scenes spice up encounters with unexpected events.
    • Field Actions give every Straw Hat a role while exploring. Cut through iron bars with Zoro or build bridges with Franky.
    • Craft combat items like Usopp’s Trick Balls or buff your party with Sanji’s delicious dishes to gain the edge in tough encounters.
    • Power up your characters any way you want with the flexible equipment system that lets the player customize and improve equipment as they see fit.

    Lastly, One Piece Odyssey launches January 13, 2023 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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