Black Clover: Quartet Knights Gets New Trailer Showing Story Mode, Roles and More

Bandai Namco provides another look at its upcoming anime game Black Clover: Quartet Knights for PS4 and PC, with a new trailer.

on July 5, 2018 5:26 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer for its upcoming anime-inspired game Black Clover: Quartet Knights.

The trailer focuses on many aspects of the game, starting with the roles, that see players selecting their battlefield specialization between fighter, shooter, support, and healer.

We also get to take a look at the battle stage and the challenge mode, even if the lion’s share is taken by the story mode, that sees our heroes fighting against a powerful and apparently vengeful mage named Karna.

Despite the presence of a single-player mode, the game appears to focus on multiplayer, and it’s basically a squad-based third-person-shooter. Only, instead of guns, you use magic.

You can check out the trailer below. 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 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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