See how Eiichiro Oda Art inspired a One Piece Odyssey enemy

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When Bandai Namco announced One Piece Odyssey, an upcoming RPG based on the series, he confirmed that Eiichiro Oda would be involved in its creation. Part of the series creator’s involvement would involve character design. He notably worked on the design of the new character Adio and his enemies. To help give a better idea of ​​how a design transitions from concept art to a game model, the company shared a tweet showing off an early design and ensuing screenshot.

First, here’s concept art created by Oda from a One Piece Odyssey enemy. He looks a bit like a monkey. The sketch shows the enemy from several angles. It also offers an idea of ​​the opponent’s personality by showing how one would behave.

The second image shows Luffy encountering a whole group of enemies based on this design by Oda in One Piece Odyssey. After being colored, their monkey attributes are enhanced. It also appears that the “arms up” pose in Oda’s original art is designed to be aggressive.

The April 2022 batch of official screenshots showed more enemies based on the A piece the art of the creator.

One Piece Odyssey will be coming to PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC via Steam in 2022. There’s no definite release window for that yet.

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