PS4 Exclusive The Seven Deadly Sins Gets New Trailer Showing Adventure Mode and Familiar Scenes

 The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia shows off its adventurous adventure mode in a new gameplay trailer directly from Bandai Namco.

on January 12, 2018 2:48 PM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe released a brand new trailer of the upcoming anime-inspired game The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia.

The trailer features the “Adventure Mode” that lets you travel on an overworld map visiting familiar locations and gathering rumors. Those will unlock quests that you will then be able to tackle using the well-known characters from the familiar anime and manga series.

Adventure Mode will also be the only one in which you’ll be able to play as giant Diane and Elizabeth, even if the latter appears to be more keen to use Hawk as a weapon than to fight herself. Hawk himself will also be playable on his own, and he looks hilarious.

You can watch the trailer below. If you want to take another look at the game, you can also enjoy a large number of trailers from a few days ago, focusing on showing several characters, another batch of character trailers and quite a few screenshots from earlier last monththe first gameplay that I recorded myself at Bandai Namco’s headquarters in Tokyo, a trailer showcasing Adventure and Multiplayer Modes,  an earlier gameplay trailer, and another semi-recent batch of screenshots focusing on the holy knights.

The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia will launch in the west exclusively for PS4 on  February 9th, 2018. This is just two weeks after the Japanese release, which will happen on January 25th.

 /  Executive News Editor
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