Wii U-Exclusive From Tekken Director Project Treasure Gets New Trailer

Nintendo Direct shows new gameplay footage from Bandai Namco's free-to-play Wii U game.


[UPDATE] Nintendo has since aired a new Nintendo Direct for North America; get all the news here.

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Bandai Namco has released a new gameplay trailer for its upcoming, free-to-play Wii U-exclusive Project Treasure today.

It only gives us a brief glimpse, but the short trailer shown during a Nintendo Direct presentation in Japan today makes it look like a four-player cooperative third-person action game, where players raid ancient tombs for treasure.

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Most of the action takes place from a third-person perspective, but you can also see one player firing a rocket launcher from a first-person perspective. Players can also be seen fighting monsters, zombies, and carrying bags of loot.

Bandai Namco said that we'll find out more about the game this summer.

Nintendo previously confirmed that Tekken director Katsuhiro Harada is working on the project.

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