Gearing up for a major year, Bandai Namco has announced Black Clover: Quartet Knights will be heading west this Sept. for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam. The third-person action game will see players take on the role of Asta, Yuno, and the Magic Knights as they take on the challenge of becoming the Wizard King.
It seems that 2018 is becoming a solid year for anime and manga-inspired games. With titles such as Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Brittania, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and Digimon: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory being applauded by fans, now seems to be the game for anime-themed games to hit the market. In order to keep that train going, Bandai Namco Entertainment America and BNE Europe have revealed that Black Clover: Quartet Knights will be released on Sept. 14, 2018, for PC and PlayStation 4.
The publisher has revealed that the upcoming title will feature an entirely new storyline that is currently being developed for Black Clover: Quartet Knights. You can read the description of the upcoming game as provided to us by Bandai Namco down below:
“Long ago, when humanity was close to being annihilated by demons, one powerful mage saved mankind from extinction and became the Wizard King. From then on, the people of this magical world have strived to become Wizards and to join the Magic Knights, with the grand hope of becoming the Wizard King themselves. In Black Clover: Quartet Knights , players can select Magic Knights to place on their squad and tailor their teams to attack, defense, or support specializations for strategic gameplay. Players can decide to use their teams to battle other teams in 4v4 magical matches, or choose to play the game’s story mode and experience the compelling original storyline created exclusively for Black Clover: Quartet Knights.”
For those new to the series, this may be a great introductory title for those looking for a new franchise to enjoy. With the trailer already giving us an idea of what to expect, we can only grow more and more excited about the game’s upcoming exclusive storyline, anime-styled graphics, and third-person magic-focused combat.
However, our wait is still ahead of us since the game won’t release until Sept. 14, 2018. Until then, however, we have a really awesome trailer to keep us busy.
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