Sunday 7 February 2016

'One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3' Exceeds Expectations! Attracts 1 Million Total Worldwide Sales!

One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 Sales 

The action video game dubbed "One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3" has apparently exceed the expectations of the fans! Not to mention that the game recently attract a total of 1 million worldwide sales since the day of it's released.

Bandai Namco recently released a press release in Japanese language, announcing that "One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3" surpassed 1 million in total worldwide software sales for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and Microsoft Windows (PC) consoles.
Developed by Omega Force, "One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3" gameplay is purportedly a bit similar to the first two instalments in the franchise, yet accompanies some slight improvements.
These slight improvements include Monkey D. Luffy being able to utilize any Haki on his command, or Zoro having the capacity to use numerous swords and sword style that he needs to.
After its initial released in Japan last March 26, 2015 and subsequently, in Western territories on August 25, 2015, the game has now accumulated 380,000 units in Japan and 200,000 units in Asia.
While for North America, launched on August 25, 2015, got a sum of 100,000 units and additionally, 320,000 units for Europe - that was launched three days after, Siliconera noted.
The third instalment in "One Piece: Pirate Warriors" game franchise have apparently an extraordinary and spectacular features among others. One of which is the Kizuna Rush, which allow game players to summon up to four another characters (players) to join the battle and subsequently, can perform a various combination attack.
Notwithstanding the fundamental story mode, the game moreover include a "Dream Log" mode, in which characters and items are revealed and unlocked, as the player progresses through the mode's battles.
Unlike the second instalment, "One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3" begin with a storyline of "One Piece" that is set in East Blue, the Grand Line, and the New World.
With that being said, it seems that numerous "One Piece" fans has constantly supported everything that is under the sleeves of the long-running hit anime series.

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