Wii U exclusive Project Treasure renamed as Lost Reavers

We haven’t heard more about Bandai Namco’s Project Treasure since the Nintendo Direct Micro back in June, but an update to the official website has shared more news.

The free-to-play Wii U exclusive has now been renamed as Lost Reavers, with a new trailer breaking down what players can expect from the online co-operative game.

Players can choose between Sayuri, Dwayne, Victoria and Shadow Stalker as playable characters, who each present their own unique gameplay style. You will travel to locations around the world, working together to search ancient ruins and more modern structures for relics.

These will be ridden with obstacles and puzzles, and teamwork will be important to success. With alternate routes, some will challenge players in facing giant bosses that will test your skill but provide greater rewards if bested.

Lost Reavers will release exclusively for Wii U, with a Beta test in Japan to shortly take place in the near future.

[Thanks Siliconera]

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