Black Clover: Quartet Knights Unveils Klaus and Grimoire Cards with New 4K Screenshots

Klaus Lunettes joins the playable cast of Black Clover: Quartet Knights, while Grimoire Cards lets you customize your character to your playstyle.

on July 6, 2018 11:14 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe reached out with a press release to reveal a brand new character joining the cast of Black Clover: Quartet Knights. 

The new character is Klaus Lunettes, who is a member of the Golden Dawn squad and a support character. His playstyle is that of a battlefield strategy, able to control the field and both inflict damage and hinder enemy movements.

We also get a look at Grimoire Cards, that are used to maximize a character’s abilities. Each character has access to one of three decks, with each card providing skill upgrades or passive perks. Before a match, players can choose four cards from their character’s decks in order to adapt skills to their playstyle.

You can check out the screenshots showing Klaus below, in 4K resolution, alongside a look at a few grimoire cards. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy a character trailer showing Noelle Silvaone featuring the protagonist Asta, and a third showcasing Yuno. The latest trailer focused on the story mode.

The game will launch in Japan on September 13th, while North America and Europe will get it one day after, on September 14th, 2018 for PS4 and PC.

If you want to reserve your copy of the game, it can be already pre-ordered on Amazon.


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