Bandai Namco and manga publisher Shueisha have seemingly registered a trademark for a brand new One Piece game named Odyssey. The trademark has been registered in Japan.
It looks like we could be getting another One Piece game from Bandai Namco very soon. Following the release of One Piece World Seeker in 2019, the Japanese developer and publisher may have stuck a deal with manga publisher Shueisha to release another title, judging by the latest registered trademark in Japan.
Yes, Bandai Namco and Shueisha have registered the One Piece Odyssey trademark, which you can check out on the trademark database website chizai watch .
So, what exactly does this mean? Well, at this very moment, it's hard to say but it's safe to assume that with Bandai Namco involved, a brand new One Piece game certainly does not look unrealistic.
Sadly, the official description does not reveal any additional details about the registered trademark. It mentions Bandai Namco and "programs for professional game consoles" (roughly translated by Google) and some other gaming-related categories but certainly nothing that would give us more info about the project.
Hopefully, Bandai Namco will share more details about One Piece Odyssey very soon. We are quite excited to see what exactly the publisher have in their pocket for this title but until we get an official confirmation our hype levels certainly won't be reaching critical speeds.