Code Vein, Bandai Namco’s latest foray into the Souls-like gameplay is on its way sooner than later. With 2018 quickly approaching, we can almost feel our fingers pressing down on the buttons we know and love, and see our enemies hurling across imaginative screens. But to really get us ready, Bandai Namco has released some new screenshots just recently.
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2018 isn’t holding back the fact it has a barrage of games aiming right at us soon as January hits. While this one certainly won’t be seeing its way to us in January, one thing is actually certain. Code Vein is on its way. They aren’t holding back any of this information and with the latest batch of screenshots, we can only seem to be a bit more excited as the game quickly approaches us.
In the latest batch of screenshots, we are introduced to several new things: a new zone named “Ridge of Frozen Souls”, a dangerous mountain pass that may doom any whom attempt to pass through its vicious snow storms, and lastly Mia Karnstein’s little brother Nikola.
Just like any game of its type, Code Vein will require players to execute powerful attacks, defensive capabilities, and extremely powerful blood sucking abilities. After all, you are a vampire. These abilities can be used to quickly damage dispatch foes while your quick lethal combos can tear them asunder when combined with your special attacks.
You can check out the screenshots below as you prepare for the upcoming release of Code Vein for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018. Opening scenes screenshots are by anime team Ufotable.
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