PS4 Exclusive The Seven Deadly Sins’ Western Release Date Announced

The western branches of Bandai Namco Entertainment revealed the western release dates of The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia for PS4.

on November 6, 2017 10:15 AM

Following the announcement of the Japanese release date earlier today, Bandai Namco Entertainment America and  Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe revealed the launch date for the west for the upcoming fighting action game The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia.

The game will release both in the Americas and in Europe on February 9th, 2018, exclusively for PS4. This is just a few days afyer Japan, that will get the game on January 25th.

Western gamers will also be able to enjoy the formal costumes DLC pack as a pre-order bonus in both regions.

We also hear as part of the announcement that Escanor, a member of The Seven Deadly Sins featured in the upcoming anime series The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of The Commandments, will be playable in the game.

Escanor, who is known as “the Lion’s Sin of Pride”, will benefit from immense power during the day, but will then become weaker after dusk.

Below you can check out the western version of the new trailer, alongside a look at the pre-order bonus costumes. 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, and a gameplay trailer from this morning, on top of a recent batch of screenshots focusing on the holy knights.

PS4 Exclusive The Seven Deadly Sins' Western Release Date Announced

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