Code Vein Release Date Revealed for September 2018

Code Vein Release Date Revealed for September 2018

Bandai Namco has finally revealed the release date for the hotly anticipated Code Vein, and it'll be launching later this year.

Bandai Namco has finally revealed the release date for the upcoming action-RPG Code Vein. The game will be releasing on PC, PS4, and Xbox One worldwide on September 28, 2018.

The release date trailer for Code Vein just below depicts an apocalyptic world, in which humanity is gearing up for a full war against demonic forces. You'll be dodging the attacks of ferocious monsters throughout the game, that tower way above you and your AI partner.

It looks like blood is a rarity in the world of Code Vein, and as the unnamed main character you're an immortal warrior. Code Vein looks to be a story driven game filled with a variety of characters, not to mention the bosses you'll be fighting throughout the game.

Code Vein is being produced by the team behind the God Eater series, with the game being directed by Hiroshi Yoshimura and produced by Keita Iizuka, with the project team leader being Yusuke Tomizawa. In addition to this, it's being made using the Unreal Engine 4.

For everything else you could possibly need on the upcoming action game from Bandai Namco, check out our Code Vein everything we know guide.

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