Jul 18, 2016 03:37 AM EDT

'One Piece: Burning Blood' DLC Release Dates Confirmed

The "One Piece: Burning Blood" DLC release dates have been confirmed. There will be exciting additions in store for fans of the fighting game in the coming months.

Gamasutra reported that Bandai Namco has announced the "One Piece: Burning Blood" DLC release dates. Next month, the Gold Movie Pack 1 will have a new character from "One Piece" film "Gold."

The upcoming "One Piece: Burning Blood" DLC will include Gildo Tesoro, who will serve as the villain for the film. It will also have costumes for Monkey D. Luffy, Nami and Nico Robin from the movie as well as one customized HUD.

"'OPBB' will have the new villain from 'ONE PIECE FILM GOLD' Tesoro along with new costumes," Bandai Namco tweeted. "More updates to come!"

The post came with pictures of the characters that will be included in the upcoming "One Piece: Burning Blood" DLC. Gildo Tesoro will be part of the game soon while Nami, Robin and Luffy will have new outfits.

Gildo Tesoro is a very rich man who uses his money to get his way. He also made Gran Tesoro as a sanctuary for different types of people. He is set to be the main villain in "One Piece" film "Gold," slated for release on Jul. 23.

The second "One Piece: Burning Blood" DLC, which will be released in early September, is entitled the Gold Movie Pack 2. It will also have costumes from "One Piece" film "Gold" for Sabo, Akainu and Koala. Rob Lucci will also be added as a playable character as voted by fans.

Two more playable characters for the fighting game will be available in Dec. 2016. Monkey D. Garp and Ceasar Clown are both chosen by fans to be included in "One Piece: Burning Blood."

According to Mobile&Apps, "One Piece: Burning Blood's" PC version could have a summer release date. Apparently, Bandai Namco is still working on how to match the console version's quality with 30 fps and 1080p resolution.

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