After getting a ton Code Vein gameplayyesterday,today Bandai Namco Entertainment shared a video of an interview with Yusuke Tomizawa, the game’s General Producer, with his latest update on the adventure roleplay game.
In the video, Tomizawa-san describes the new and updated version of the demo that was available at E3. Since last year’s demo of the game at E3, he says that some players thought the game was a bit too hard, and that this version is a little more “intuitive” and easier to play.
While not available in the version at E3, a multiplayer feature will be available when the game is released in September. Players will be able to send out SOS signals and call in other players. They will also be able to explore dungeons with the two characters they control along with a friend.
Tomizawa-san added that while he can’t give too much away about the game’s main villains, he does talk about The Lost, who are Revenants that “don’t have enough blood”. They are prevalent enemies throughout the entire game and are some of its bosses as well.
You can check out the entire interview with Yusuke Tomizawa below. Code Vein will release in Japan on September 27th, with its western release on September 28th for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can already pre-order it on Amazon.
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