One Piece is one of the longest-running manga series and fans are wondering when will it come to an end. Eiichiro Oda, the creator of One Piece recently gave an interview where he shared about the manga ending and how many more years it will continue.
Luffy set on his journey to becoming the Pirate King around two decades ago and fans are waiting for the day it happens. Here are more details on One Piece ending and updates on when will Luffy become the Pirate King by Eiichiro Oda.
One Piece Ending: How many years will the Manga Continue?
Eiichiro Oda met up with the Japanese boy band Arashi Tsubo for an interview where the mangaka shared some juicy updates on One Piece finale and ending. Arashi member Jun Matsumoto asked Oda will the ending going to be amazed? Oda replied yes that the One Piece ending will be amazing and fans will be happy to witness it.
Here is my summary of Oda’s TV interview today. Summary is divided to multiple tweets.👍
Oda said he would like to finish OP in 4-5 years (again). He rarely goes to Jump office where today he witnessed his manuscript of chapter 1 for the first time in 23 years.😆
— sandman (@sandman_AP) August 27, 2020
It was also revealed that One Piece manga will continue till the year 2025 as Oda himself hinted on that. Eiichiro Oda that he wanted to finish One Piece in four to five years, which means the manga ending will happen around 2024-25.
When will Luffy become the Pirate King in One Piece?
One Piece ending will obviously happen with Luffy becoming the Pirate King but there are many more events to unfold. Fans need to know the secret of Void century, location of Raftel/Laugh tale Island, One Piece treasure, Elbaf island, power or Shanks, and so on.
Luffy vs Blackbeard battle is also confirmed to happen before out hero can become the Pirate King. There are theories that Luffy will challenge the world government after becoming the Pirate King and destroy the Red line to unite all the seas. Luffy can only become the Pirate King after finding out the One Piece and doing what was left unfinished by Gol D. Roger.