New Code Vein Character Trailer Is All About Jack Rutherford

Code Vein

Today Bandai Namco released a brand new trailer of its upcoming Souls-like action JRPG Code Vein.

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The new trailer focuses on Jack Rutherford, a ruthless revenant who is also an old acquaintance of our hero (suffice to say that they didn’t exactly get off to a good start) and pursues the eradication of the Lost at all costs.

You can check it out below, both in English and Japanese to suit your preference of voiceovers.


On top of that, the publisher also released a brief Q&A with Producer Keita Iizuka directly from E3. He doesn’t say much that can be considered new, but it’s always nice to hear directly from the developers.

If you want to see more, you can take a look at some spiffy gameplay, a recent trailer with commentary from the developersthe second part on NPC companions, and the opening cutscene from Anime Expo.

We also have the latest story trailer that revealed the release date, a boss trailer focusing on Oliver Collins, another featuring the Heir of the Ribcage boss, one showing the sword, and another showcasing the great sword.

You should then check out our hands-on preview and our recent interview with the game’s Producer.

Code Vein releases on September 27 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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