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One Piece: World Seeker Update Will Add The One Piece Film Gold Kintaro Outfit Ahead Of Sabo’s DLC Episode




A new One Piece: World Seeker update is on the way, and it is going to give Luffy a new look. On September 19, 2019, the game will be patched to version 1.04. When it does, Luffy will end up getting his Kintaro outfit from One Piece Film Gold. You can see it in the character art that shared on the movie’s official website. In addition, some post-game updates will be available.


While Bandai Namco’s patch notes don’t note if Luffy’s Kintaro outfit will be available before clearing the main game, the other additions are mainly available in the post-game. Germa 66 and Rob Lucci’s difficulty will increase, there will be new challenge missions, and new equipment will show up. There will also be four stronger pirate groups, which you’ll be able to identify by the fact that they have dual names.


Here is the full list of One Piece: World Seeker patch 1.04 notes:

・Added Kintaro Outfit (from One Piece Film Gold).
・New challenge missions available after clearing the main game.
・Raised difficulty of Rob Lucci and Germa 66 which is available after clearing the main game.
・Four groups of stronger pirates with dual names will appear when Save Data is loaded after completing the game.
・Added new equipment that will become effective by equipping the item. Chests with the plan will appear in field when Save Data is loaded after completing the game.
・Color coded the rarity of equipment by ability.
・Added new photo frames
・Improved stability and game balance


One Piece: World Seeker is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Sabo’s “Where Justice Lies” episode will be available on September 20, 2019.

Jenni Lada
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