Bandai Namco Shows Off One Piece: Burning Blood’s Logia Moves

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Devil Fruits are a big deal in Bandai Namco’s One Piece: Burning Blood, and the company has decided to release 23 screenshots that show exactly how potent these abilities can be in battle. In the game, characters can make use of special skills bestowed by these abilities, in particular Logia Fruits, to aid them in battle.


We’ve already learned that Logia Guards will be available, which can only be countered by a Haki attack that will break through. However, there will also be Logia Moves. These are special abilities that are elemental attacks. In some of the screenshots, we get to see Enel use a lightning-based attack and Sabo shoot fire.


Bandai Namco also talked about how One Piece: Burning Blood will be a strategic affair. People put together a team of three characters and can employ them as needed to tackle challenges. The confirmed cast so far includes Luffy, Sabo, Smoker, Donquixote Doflamingo, Enel, Portgas D. Ace, Trafalgar Law, Bartolomeo, and Crocodile.


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One Piece: Burning Blood will be released in North America and Europe for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Xbox One in 2016.

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