PS4 Exclusive The Seven Deadly Sins Gets Japanese Release Date and New Trailers

 The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia will release in Japan in January, while Bandai Namco shows off the opening cutscene and more gameplay.

on November 6, 2017 4:55 AM

Today Bandai Namco released two brand new videos of the upcoming fighting action game The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia.

The first video is the opening cutscene of the game, which unsurprisingly is done fully in CGI, giving us an animated look at the familiar characters that will populate the game.

The second is a new gameplay trailer, that provides a glimpse on how the game flow, split between “Adventure Mode” that will follow the story of the anime, and “Duel Mode,” that will let you fight separate battles.

On top of the assets, we also get a Japanese release date. The game will hit the local shelves on January 25th. At the moment<em> The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia </em>doesn’t have a specific launch date in the west, where it’ll come early next year, exclusively for PS4.

Interestingly, we also get to see the box art, the costumes that will be granted as early purchase bonuses, and a free questline that will be released after the launch of the game, bringing the appearance of the Ten Commandments, following the anime.

You can check out the videos  below. If you want to take another look at the game, you can also enjoy the first gameplay that we recorded ourselves at Bandai Namco’s headquarters, a recent batch of screenshots focusing on the holy knights, another gallery showing Diane and quests, the previous batch introducing Ban, Gowther and King, a fourth semi-recent gallery, and  the original trailer and the first batch of images.


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