It was essentially a year ago that we were reporting that Code Vein was going to release in September 2018, but a delay hit in July with Bandai Namco confirming at the time that more development was needed before the game could be considered ready for a full release. So we saw a slip from September 2018 to an undetermined time in 2019. Now though Bandai Namco has confirmed the release date of Code Vein, and it will be released on September 27th for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. A new trailer was released to commemorate the date announcement.
Last month Jason played a preview build of Code Vein and wrote, “Overall my time with Code Vein left me hungry for more. Once I got home, I found myself a little irked that I couldn’t play it, which is always a good sign. The ridiculous weeaboo storyline and character design will fit the tastes of plenty of people, so it’s all about the game itself at this point. Hopefully, we get to hear more about the game – especially the co-op aspects – soon, but in the meantime, you’ll just have to hope this little preview satiates your hunger.”
You can read the Code Vein preview here.
Source: Press Release
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