Code Vein’s Latest Batch of Screenshots Reveal Cooperative Play

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After releasing a bit of information regarding the multiplayer portion of their upcoming title Code Vein, Bandai Namco has released a number of screenshots giving fans a chance to see some two more characters from the game: Karen and Cruz both of whom have fallen victim to horrific acts before players get to meet them.

Karen is the older sister to the character Louis, a man who passed but was later revived as a Revenant. As part of her job, Karen is tasked with providing support and care to the Revenants as they battle while Cruz, on the other hand, has a much darker tile as being placed under the use of being a part of the horrific experiments that would be tested on him.

As apart of their violent and tormented past, both of them will bring unique stories for players to explore. You can check out the gallery of newly released images down below.

 

 

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Code Vein is set to launch later this year for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for our upcoming review.


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