Black Clover: Quartet Knights for PS4 and PC Shows Mars in Action in New Trailer

Bandai Namco showcases powerful mage Mars in action in a brand new character trailer of its upcoming shooter Black Clover: Quartet Knights.

on July 10, 2018 7:03 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a brand new trailer of its upcoming third-person shooter Black Clover: Quartet Knights.

The trailer focuses on another of the playable characters that will appear in the game, Mars. Hailing from the Diamond Kingdom and one of the realm’s Eight Shining Generals, Mars has undergone extensive human experimentation to increase his power, which resulted in magic stones being grafted into his skin.

In the trailer, we get to see a sample of his powerful crystal magic, including the giant sword Laevateinn, which he uses in his duel with Asta in the original anime.

You can check it out below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy another character trailer showing Noelle Silvaone featuring the protagonist Asta, and a third 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 game, it can be already pre-ordered on Amazon.


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