New Code Vein Video Introduces Partnership with “Vamps” Rock Duo

A new video about Bandai Namco's upcoming Souls-like action JRPG Code Vein showcases the partnership with the Japanese rock duo Vamps.

on September 25, 2017 2:53 AM

A couple of days ago, during Tokyo Game Show, we heard of the announcement of a partnership between Bandai Namco and the Japanese rock duo “Vamps” for the upcoming Souls-like action JRPG Code Vein.

Today the publisher released a new video showcasing exactly that, with Vamps members Hyde and K.A.Z. as they celebrate the deal.

Due to the partnership, a few songs from the duo’s most recent album Underworld will appear in the game, including the titular song with the same name.

If you’re a Vamps fan, you can enjoy the video below, and if you aren’t, you can head over and enjoy a new video showcasing the game’s deep character creation, alongside the first (at least that I have seen) defeat of the boss of the demo, more gameplay, a story trailer giving us a better look on what the game is about, and me dying over and over during my rather sad first attempt at the game.

Code Vein will release worldwide for PS4, Xbox One and PC in 2018.

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