Sand Land Game’s Trailer Highlights Custom Car

Bandai Namco Entertainment America has released a gameplay trailer for the highly anticipated role-playing action game inspired by Akira Toriyama’s Sand Land manga.

The video showcases the custom car:

The game is set to release on April 26 (April 25 in Japan) for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam.

Sand Land game is described by Bandai Namco Entertainment as:

Immerse yourself in a barren world where both humans and demons endure a severe scarcity of water.

Join the Fiend Prince, Beelzebub, Sheriff Rao, and the demon Thief as they embark on an exciting quest to find a legendary spring concealed in the desert.

Introducing himself as a “super evil fiend,” Beelzebub possesses a pure heart akin to that of a little boy, yet he possesses extraordinary strength and telepathic abilities.

sandland screenshot 2 Sand Land Game's Trailer Highlights Custom Car

Rao, a small-town sheriff, enlists the help of some unlikely allies to tackle the water shortage threatening Sand Land.

A wise old demon with thieving abilities also accompanies Beelzebub and Rao on their adventure.

As Beelzebub, players can embark on an adventure through a vast world alongside a unique group of demons and humans.

While exploring the expansive desert of SAND LAND, players will come across both perilous obstacles and kind-hearted individuals who are willing to lend a hand.

Whether they’re traversing in different vehicles or on foot, numerous secrets are waiting to be discovered. Combat, both vehicular and character-based, plays a significant role in the game’s action-packed gameplay.

Players will have the opportunity to explore a wide range of vehicles, which they can personalize and outfit with different loadouts.

These vehicles will enable them to navigate the desert, conquer challenges, and face off against a multitude of formidable enemies.

The Sand Land manga was a delightful series that Toriyama serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from May to August 2000. In November 2000, Shueisha released a compiled book volume of the manga.

The manga led to an anime film adaptation that premiered in Japan in August 2023. The film made its debut at Comic-Con International San Diego in July 2023 and is set to release in North America in 2024. The manga is set to debut as an anime series on Disney+ and Hulu starting March 20.

Source: Bandai Namco Entertainment America YT Channel

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