Bandai Namco’s Code Vein is now available. The launch of the action RPG is accompanied by the release of some new videos.
The team behind God Eater create a new RPG where the remnants of humanity has been driven by the Thorns of Judgment to a single final stronghold.
In any great RPG, the music that plays during the ebbs and flows of the game is pivotal. The latest behind-the-scenes trailer for Code Vein focuses on Go Shiina’s musical score.
Code Vein is out soon and people are expecting some good boss fights come release. Two new trailers should offer a glimpse of what’s in store.
Trying to survive in the world of Code Vein is an unforgiving task, but fortunately the game includes a spa where its characters can get some much needed relaxation. A demo is also now available to help Revenants prepare for the full challenge later this month.
Bandai Namco has provided two trailers focusing on the Bayonet weapon and one of the bosses in Code Vein. RPGamers ready to sink their teeth in the action RPG will get a chance at the end of September.
Code Vein is getting a demo. Players will be able to check out the action RPG in a couple of weeks, with the game’s full launch coming at the end of September.
What’s a former singer to do in the apocalypse? Getting into a fight or two seems like a reasonable option.
Bandai Namco has released a new behind-the-scenes video for action RPG Code Vein. In this video, the developers talk about what went into the game’s character designs.
Jack Rutherford may seem like a plain name, but it’s unlikely anyone who can survive in the world of Code Vein is plain. Who knows if he’ll be a powerful asset or a deadly foe?
Bandai Namco showed off the Ufotable-produced opening cinematic for Code Vein at Anime Expo. The company also announced a limited Revenant Bundle for North America.
NPC partners will play a key role in Code Vein, with Bandai Namco releasing a new behind the scenes video that focuses on their creation. Pre-orders are now open for the game’s digital deluxe edition.
Bandai Namco has followed up its release date announcement with new screenshots for Code Vein. The new images show the default player character in multiple stages of combat.
After its previous delays, Bandai Namco has announced a firm release date for Code Vein. The game will launch this September, with a new E3 trailer released to go along with the news.
The creators of Code Vein offer an insight into the game’s development. Those looking for something more substantial should apply for the network test happening this weekend.
After a delay, the new game from the team behind God Eater is set for a 2019 release. New gameplay footage shows off bosses, weapon variety, combat partners, and the character creator.
A few months short of a year after announcing a delay to the game’s release, Bandai Namco appears ready to show off Code Vein once more. The company announced a network test will be taking place this month, with sign-ups currently underway.
Bandai Namco has a new set of screenshots and details for Code Vein. The new images introduce a new sand-filled area, with a pair each of bayonet and axe weapons also showcased.
Code Vein will no longer be releasing in September. Instead, Bandai Namco has pushed the upcoming action RPG back to sometime next year.
Bandai Namco has more Code Vein character trailers to follow Mia’s from earlier this week. Potential companions Yakumo and Louis are the focuses of these two videos.
It’s time to start getting a closer look at some of Code Vein’s supporting cast and Mia Karnstein has risen to the challenge. It helps when you have a big, bloody tail.