This year’s E3 has brought quite a few nice announcements for fans of video games. Tonight’s episode of Inside Xbox brought even more good news with an announcement that Bandai Namco’s anime Souls-like, Code Vein will release this fall, on September 27 to be exact.
Code Vein takes a lot of cues from the Dark Souls series, another popular RPG franchise under the Bandai Namco umbrella (though the Souls games were developed by FromSoftware). Unlike Dark Souls, though, Code Vein takes place in an anime-like world, where players will be able to take part in visceral and challenging combat as they explore a dark and mysterious world. Code Vein is currently slated to come to PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.
Code Vein was originally meant to release last year, though Bandai Namco announced that they would be pushing the release date to 2019. It looks like the team is finally ready to welcome the game to the light, though, and you can check out the latest trailer with the new release date above. If you’re a fan of Souls-like games, then Code Vein is definitely worth keeping an eye on as we move closer to the game’s release date.
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