Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Code Vein Delayed to 2019

Anime-styled vampiric action RPG Code Vein from Bandai Namco has been rescheduled for 2019.

Upcoming vampire-themed action role-playing game Code Vein from Bandai Namco was an anticipating title of this year and was previously scheduled to be launched in September 28, 2018 but the publisher has recently announced that due to circumstances, they have decided to move the release date to next year. The reason for this is what they mentioned, to refine the gameplay further to meet player expectation, according to vice president of marketing, Eric Hartness.

code vein delayed 2019
Code Vein Delayed to 2019

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Back in April 2017, the game is first revealed and immediately amazed everyone even though people started comparing it to From Software's Dark Souls series, also released by the same publisher. During E3 2018 press conference and Anime Expo of Los Angeles, the early version of the game was tested by eager fans and based on their positive feedback; Bandai Namco decided to take the bold move for pushing back their previous date and make necessary adjustments.

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The delayed schedule is announced on their official Twitter account today but no specific date is there yet. Fans were quite appreciative of them putting it on hold until they properly finish the job.



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Code Vein is planned to release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which lets you play as a vampiric characters with superpowers known as Vein in a post-apocalyptic open world, where you will be fighting against demonic hordes of the Lost. One of the gameplay mechanics allows you to take blood from enemies to increase your own abilities. Despite being compared to another fellow action RPG Dark Souls, it has significant differences that make the game unique as whole.