Nabaka Suzuki’s Seven Deadly Sins manga is an acclaimed series that run for eight years, ending in 2020, and follows a band of seven knights who represent the seven deadly sins of the Bible, and were framed for plotting a coup of the Liones Kingdom. The manga features several different references to the Holy Bible, with the Ten Commandments also being a group of warriors of significance in the manga.
The popularity of Suzuki’s manga and the sheer amount of content that he has produced in the eight years and forty-one volumes of the manga has sparked the beginning of several spin-offs, a direct sequel named Four Knights of the Apocalypse, an anime series of the same name, four light novels, two anime movies, and three video games. Now that’s a massive amount of media content for fans to enjoy. Take notes, One Punch Man! Anyway, in this article, we will be talking about the possible sequel to one of the three video games, presumably titled Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia 2. Right, let’s get straight into it.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia was developed by Bandai Namco and featured third-person action beat ’em up open-world gameplay. The game received largely average views due to its short main quest, and dull controls and action. Reviewers complained about several mechanics in the game being unusable, and a lot of the bad rap that the game received could be attributed to the fact that it had stellar source material to work with, and still managed to be a mediocre product. If Bandai Namco were to create a Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia 2, they would need to take into account a lot of fan feedback and make a huge comeback for any hopes of success.
Seeing as Bandai Namco will definitely be taking time to recuperate from the failure of the first game, we could be looking at a 2024 release for Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia 2.
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