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One Piece Unlimited World Red dated for July

1:00 PM on 07.03.2014

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

July 8th and 14th with free DLC

One Piece Unlimited World Red's localization has been floating around for quite a while, but now we have a concrete release date -- July 14th for the physical edition and July 15th for digital on Vita. It'll drop on the PlayStation 3, Wii U, and 3DS on July 8th -- which should give you enough options.

Funnily enough, it comes with a free piece of DLC at launch, called the "Red Stands Alone" pack. It's hard to truly complain about free content, but it's still a bit comical that a launch add-on isn't built into the game in the first place.


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