Sand Land, the action RPG adapted from the manga by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama, will release on April 26, 2024, Bandai Namco has announced. A new trailer reveals the game’s release date, as well as showing off new (less sandy) biomes, gameplay features, and characters.
Sand Land seemed to come out of nowhere when it was announced at last year’s Summer Games Fest, adapting the classic Toriyama manga with a similar style to Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball games. The series is set in a Mad Max-esque desert apocalypse, where water is a scarce and precious resource.
The game follows Beelzebub, a bored demon prince and the son of Lucifer himself, and his chaperone Thief, who join old man Sheriff Rao on his quest to find water for his people. The new trailer also introduces Ann, a “mysterious” mechanic who will no doubt be a helpful companion, with the game offering multiple different types of customizable vehicles for your journey across the sands.
The new trailer shows more than just sand, however, giving a glimpse at the greener worlds beyond the desert on the path to the Legendary Spring.
The game is set to release on PC, PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series x on April 26, 2024.
Sand Land isn’t just seeing new life in games, as it also got a new anime film adaptation that released last year. A series adapted and expanded from the movie is also in the works, set to stream from Spring 2024 on Hulu in the US, and on Disney+ in international markets.
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