Every character confirmed for One Piece: Odyssey

The Summer Game Fest was full of surprises, including the reveal of One Piece: Odyssey. The manga-based game is yet another RPG inspired by the works of A play creator Eiichiro Oda – who is said to have helped design One Piece: Odyssey – and the game takes the Straw Hat Pirates to a mysterious island somewhere in the Grand Line.

One Piece: Odyssey was in development for three years prior to this recent announcement and is slated for release in 2022. This week, Bandai Namco shared the very first gameplay trailer for the upcoming One Piece: Odyssey and there was plenty to be excited about, especially the playable characters who are confirmed to appear in the game.


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Monkey D. Luffy

It wouldn’t be a A play game without the one and only Monkey D. Luffy. The A play The protagonist finds himself separated not only from his Straw Hat, but also from the rest of the Straw Hat Pirates. He finds himself on a mysterious island inhabited by golem-like creatures, which he will face through One Piece: Odysseyit is Character-like combat UI.

Roronoa Zoro

Roronoa is one of the oldest members of the Straw Hat Pirates, as he was the first to join after Luffy established the crew. He is one of the two swordsmen of the Thousand Sunny and is a master of the three-sword style, one he created himself. In One Piece: Odysseyplayers can expect to play the swordsman himself during their adventures.


“Cat Burglar” Nami is the navigator of the Straw Hat Pirates who dreams of making a map of the entire world. Formerly a member of the Arlong Pirates, she joined the Straw Hats after they rebelled against her former crew. Nami is far from a weak character and it’s no surprise that she’ll also be a playable character in the upcoming One Piece: Odyssey.


During the recent trailer, Usopp was included in the list of playable characters in One Piece: Odyssey. The cowardly sniper is one of the best-bred of the Straw Hats and dreams of following in his father’s footsteps and becoming a brave warrior.


Another essential member of the Straw Hat Pirates that fans can expect to play is the former prince of the Germa Kingdom, Sanji. The cook comes from a family of genetically augmented assassins, and after the Land of the Wa arc, there is some debate over whether Sanji could still be considered human unlike his siblings.


Chopper has one of the saddest stories of A play after eating the Devil Fruit, which allows the consumer to become a human hybrid. After his transformation, he was abandoned by his herd, and the humans of his home, Drum Island, considered him a monster. Chopper is the Straw Hat Pirates’ medic, so players can use him to heal the crew.

Nico Robin

Known as “Devil Child”, Nico Robin is the crew’s resident archaeologist and has also been confirmed as a playable character in the upcoming One Piece: Odyssey. She gained the power to duplicate body parts after eating the Devil Fruit ‘Hana Hana no Mi’ as a child, which also allows her to duplicate her entire body.


Shipbuilder “Iron Man” Franky from Straw Hat Pirates was also featured during the One Piece: Odyssey trailer as a playable character. Thanks in part to his cyborg nature, Franky is considered one of the strongest characters in A play who don’t need haki.


Skeleton Brook is the crew’s resident musician who ate the Devil Fruit ‘Yomi Yomi no Mi’, which granted him the ability to come back to life and the power to control souls. Brook is considered one of Chopper’s closest friends on the show, with the two being like kindred spirits.

One Piece Odyssey will be released in 2022 on PC, PS4, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.

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