Code Vein Will Finally Launch this September

Following a lengthy delay, Code Vein once again has a new release date.

By Logan Moore

June 10, 2019

After previously delaying it indefinitely last summer, Bandai Namco has today finally announced a new release date for Code Vein.

As seen at the conclusion of the game’s latest trailer, the launch day for Code Vein is now slated to be that of September 27, 2019. This announcement comes off the tail end of a recent network test that let some fans finally get their hands on the much-anticipated Souls-like.

As for the new trailer that was released today, it mainly focuses on showing off more of Code Vein’s characters and the world instead of gameplay. Compared to previous trailers we’ve seen for Code Vein, the graphics and art style that can be seen here look much more vibrant compared to the past. It also just looks like a wild, Japanese action game, which I’m personally always down for.

You can check out the latest trailer for Code Vein down below. The game will arrive on PS4, Xbox One, and PC when it arrives later this year.

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