A few days ago, Bandai Namco announced a closed network test for its upcoming action JRPG Code Vein. Today they revealed its dates.
The test will begin on May 30 at 8 PM PDT (5 AM CEST on May 31 if you’re in Europe) and end on June 3 at 12 AM PDT (9 AM CEST if you’re in Europe).
Those who will be selected will be able to create a character, play through the opening segment of the game, and play through an online co-op dungeon.
If you want to see some gameplay of the network test build, you can check it out in our dedicated article.
While the game was supposed to come last year, it was delayed, and we haven’t heard much since besides a piece of artwork in the new year, and a tease about new reveals. The floodgates have finally been opened recently.
The release window of Code Vein is still simply “2019” for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, but hopefully, we’ll hear something more precise soon. There certainly is a possibility for the game to appear at E3, and we might hear a release date then,