Code Vein Gets New 1080p Screenshots Showing Characters, New Area, and Weapons

Bandai Namco released quite a few new screenshots of Code Vein, showing Jack and Eva, a treacherous sandy area, and two weapon types in action.

on July 25, 2018 10:41 PM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment released a large gallery of screenshots of the upcoming Souls-like action JRPG Code Vein.

We get to take a new look at Eva and Jack. Jack is extremely powerful, and he will slay anyone who stands in the way of his missions. His strange blue eyes may have something to do with his enormous strength. Eva accompanies him at all times.

We also get to see another area of the game, named “Sand Crown Castle.” It’s an urban area that has been submerged by sand, which has killed all vegetation. It includes dangerous areas where enemies lay buried, and wait in ambush ready to attack unsuspecting revenant.

The sand slows down movement speed and the player will need to pay attention to the dangers lurking beneath the sand. Their attacks can also apply an effect that will slowly drain blood reserves.

Among the enemies we’ll find in this area are the Thirst Looters and the Thirst Slaughterers. They can use a variety of weapons and insect-like limbs, and the second kind appears to be an evolution of the former. They are very strong and durable.

There is even a cave, which the player will have to explore carefully.

Last, but not least, we get to see more of the bayonet and spear weapon types and some of their special attacks.

You can check out the screenshots below. You can also check out the latest gameplay from a few weeks agoa recent trailer, and the latest gallery of screenshots.

Code Vein is set to launch in 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you would like to pre-order the game despite the recent delay, you can do so on Amazon.

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