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One Piece Odyssey release time - when does the anime RPG come out?

One Piece Odyssey is almost here and we can't wait to jump in. If you're similar, here's what you need to know about the One Piece Odyssey release time

One Piece Odyssey release time: an image of Luffy on a black background from the RPG

The infamous Straw Hat Pirates are back on another adventure outside the narrative of the main anime series and we really can’t wait to get stuck in to all the chaos they’ll undoubtedly be causing. If you’re also a fan of Luffy and the gang, you’re probably going to want to know exactly when the One Piece Odyssey release time is, right? Well, keep reading and we’ll fill you in on everything you need to know.

While we’ve known about the One Piece Odyssey release date for some time now, finding out the exact timings of things isn’t always as simple as it could be. However, as we approach the release of this RPG game, we now know exactly what to expect – and there are a few different times you need to know about.

The One Piece Odyssey PS5 release time is 21:00 PST on January 12 and 00:00 EST / 00:00 GMT on January 13. However, on Xbox consoles, One Piece Odyssey will release at the following times: 16:00 PST / 19:00 EST (January 12), 00:00 GMT (January 13).

If you’re planning to play One Piece Odyssey on PC via Steam, you should be able to dive into the adventure from 13:00 PST / 16:00 EST / 21:00 GMT on January 12.

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We know what you’re thinking; that’s really not that long to wait at all. If you want to know more about all the One Piece Odyssey characters you’ll meet along the way, or whether you can look forward to One Piece Odyssey co-op multiplayer, you can find out more here.

If you’re a fan of the series, this could be one of the best PS5 RPG games you play all year (likewise, if you’re an Xbox player, it could very well be one of the best Xbox RPG games you play this year). But, we won’t know for sure until we get hands on. So, as Roronoa Zoro would say, bring on the hardship (and an incredible One Piece game, of course).