“At least give me a Fortnite collab”: Fans Beg for a One Piece Video Game as Naruto, Dragon Ball and Jujutsu Kaisen Get Their Own Successful Adaptations

One Piece fans ask for a Fortinite collab after many popular animes got theirs.

“At least give me a Fortnite collab”: Fans Beg for a One Piece Video Game as Naruto, Dragon Ball and Jujutsu Kaisen Get Their Own Successful Adaptations

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  • Jujutsu Kaisen, Attack on Titan, and Naruto all collaborated with One Piece.
  • One Piece fans want a game that can achieve good commercial success.
  • The most-sold game of One Piece is none other than One Piece: Pirate Warriors, which was released back in 2012.
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One Piece has a substantial fandom, including millions of fans who grew along with the series. Despite being over two decades old, the series is still as strong as ever regarding storyline, plot twists, and fight scenes. It is the most-selling manga of all time; however, it comes nowhere close to such dominance in terms of games.

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Monkey D. Luffy in One Piece
Monkey D. Luffy in One Piece

Every popular anime has games that follow up, whether on mobile, PC, Play Station, or Xbox. However, despite being a multimillion-dollar franchise, One Piece has yet to have a game that fans consider good or is in comparison with Naruto and Dragon Ball, which both have the two most selling games.

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Even though One Piece is enormous, it does not have a well-known game like Naruto or Dragon Ball

One Piece is the highest-selling manga of all time compared to other manga series and is always in the ranking for most manga sold in a year.

However, when it comes to the game department, One Piece is not doing well and does not have a good game.

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Although the series has games such as One Piece: World Seeker, released in 2019, One Piece: Pirate Warriors and One Piece: Odyssey are the latest additions to the franchise.

One Piece Odyssey
A still from One Piece Odyssey game

However, these games pale compared to Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 and Dragon Ball: Fighter Z, the two most popular games based on anime.

This surprises many fans who cannot believe that One Piece does not have a game that the audience will receive well.

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Even Jujutsu Kaisen collaborated with Fortnite recently, and One Piece fans want their beloved series to have a game that can compete with other animes.

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The best-selling anime games of all time do not include anything related to One Piece

One Piece fans might be in for a surprise, as the top 10 highest-selling anime video games do not include a single product from the One Piece franchise.

The top 3 most-selling anime-based video games are Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, and Dragon Ball FighterZ.

This proves how much scope is available for One Piece games. The most-sold game of One Piece is none other than One Piece: Pirate Warriors, which was released back in 2012.

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One of the reasons for One Piece games not doing well may be their focus on combat rather than storyline.

One Piece fans might be in for a few years before they can see a good game based on their beloved series that will do well compared to their rivals.

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