Adventure Time Open-World Game

Adventure Time Open-World Game coming soon.

Adventure Time Open-World Game

Hey, everyone if you are into this crazy cartoon in which I like it called Adventure Time.  There is going to be an open world game for it on almost all the platforms.  Adventure Time is coming to the PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox One this coming year.  Of course, this popular animated series for the kiddies is coming to the gaming realm.  The main title of the game will be Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, yep, you will be able to roam around being a pirate.  This game will be published by Bandai Namco my former place of employment in San Jose, CA. several years ago.

You will be able to run Finn, Jake, BMO, and Marceline around kingdoms on Land of Ooo.  The main story starts out with them being split apart from each other.  You will be able to sail on the boat and recruit other characters as well.  This is all I have heard from them in this game.  Next year will be another of new developers and games popping out.  We have no clue as for if there will be a turn-based combat or open hack and slash or not.  As you know, we will be keeping you posted when we get more information on this cool cartoon that will be an open-world journey soon.

If you are a YouTuber you more than likely seen Jake doing his remix on New York song by Alicia Keys.  If you haven't I posted this oldie but goodie at the bottom.  Yes, this is how successful this cartoon has been on Cartoon Network.  Kids are digging this cartoon other than the Happy Tree People in which I do not advise you let your kids watch that madness.  Anyways, check out the video below and comments if you are an Adventure Time fan like I am as well.

If you want to know more you can visit their site's dedicated page for this game Click Here.

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Hi! I'm Derek W. aka BlackLink and I'm a GamersConduit's News Reporter. I previously worked for Bandai Namco, Intel, Apple and 3D FX Interactive. I am a coding freak! I love gaming, web development and straight coding of any kind. Way back when I was 13 years of age I started coding games. Ever since then I never stopped developing and writing about games.
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