One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, the Musou game based on the One Piece anime and manga, will add a brand-new character on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. As part of the game’s first DLC pack, Charlotte Cracker–the 10th son and 15th child of the Charlotte Family–will join the roster this summer.
Charlotte Cracker isn’t the only additional character getting added to the game this summer. He will be joined by fellow DLC Pack 1 character Charlotte Smoothie, which will bring all the members of the Big Mom Pirates’ Three Sweet Commanders together in one playable place. The bundle isn’t listed for individual purchase yet, but the game’s Character Pass–which retails for $30–contains all nine of the added characters. The Character Pass also grants you early access to Charlotte Katakuri.
The Charlotte family, which consists of 85 children (39 daughters and 46 sons), was first introduced in Season 10 of the anime and volume 49 of the manga. The gigantic family is one of the main antagonistic forces during One Piece’s Fish-Man Island, Zou, and Whole Cake Island arcs. You can check out images of the two Charlotte siblings, Cracker and Smoothie, below.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is available now on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. While we here at GameSpot didn’t get the chance to review the game, GameSpot sister site Metacritic reports that Pirate Warriors 4 holds a 76 on Xbox One, a 75 on PS4, and a 69 on Switch.
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