Black Clover: Quartet Knights Shows Crystal Carry Mode in New English Trailer

Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer of Black Clover: Quartet Knights for PS4 and PC showing off the "Crystal Carry" gameplay mode.

on July 18, 2018 2:09 PM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released the English version of the latest trailer of its third-person shooter Black Clover: Quartet Knights.

The trailer includes a bunch of PS4 gameplay and showcases a match within the”Crystal Carry” mode. It’s basically your fantasy version of capture the flag, where a team has to control a zone and then carry a crystal to another designated location while fending the enemy off.

We also get to see quite a few characters in action: in one side we get to see protagonist Asta, Charmy Pappitson, Yami Sukehiro, and Vanessa Enoteca against Yuno, Klaus Lunettes, Noelle Silva, and young Yami.

You can check out the trailer below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy another character trailer featuring Mars, a second showing Noelle Silvaone featuring the protagonist Asta, and a fourth showcasing Yuno. We also have the latest trailer focused on the story mode and a gallery of screenshots showing Klaus Lunettes.

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 Black Clover: Quartet Knightsit can be already pre-ordered on Amazon.


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