Black Clover: Quartet Knights for PS4 and PC Gets 4K Screenshots Showing Characters and Battle

Black Clover: Quartet Knights gets a new batch of screenshots, artwork, and information directly from Bandai Namco, showcasing characters and their roles.

on January 15, 2018 3:57 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe reached out via press release with a large batch of screenshots and artwork featuring the upcoming anime-inspired gameĀ Black Clover: Quartet Knights.

We also get a few pieces of information about gameplay and characters. Those with a melee role will attack using powerful short-range magic. The long-range role is pretty much self-explanatory as well, allowing players to use the environment to their advantage, especially if they find high ground from which to shoot.

Shield-type characters will be able to buff their team-mates, while healers will do pretty much what it says on the tin.

We also get a look at a few established playable characters. Protagonist Asta is a melee fighter. He can run along walls and negate enemy magic. Yuno and Gauche are long-range fighters. The former comes with high airborne mobility, while Gauche is able to strike very effectively from above using his mirror. Noelle is a shield character able to protect her companions from a distance using her fire magic. Mimosa is a healer, able to use “Dream Healing Flower Basket” to do her job, and to trap enemies using “Maiden’s Nursery Bed.”

Black Clover: Quartet Knights will also come with more modes than just 4 vs. 4 deathmatch. For instance, the “Area Controlling Fight” will let players accumulate more magic power when they stand in special magic rings.

You can check out all the screenshots below, most of them in shiny 4K resolution. If you want to see more, you can enjoy a recent trailer and the initial teaser.

The game will launch in both North America and Europe in 2018 for PS4 and PC.

 /  Executive News Editor
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