Code Vein Finally Gets a Release Date and Gets New Trailer Showing Off the Story

Code Vein

Today, during the Inside Xbox livestream from Los Angeles, Microsoft and Bandai Namco showcased a brand new trailer of Code Vein.

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First of all, we hear a release date for the game, which will come on September 27 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Secondly, the trailer focuses on the story, showing off plenty of cutscenes. We also hear a few example of the game’s English voice acting.

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 and we finally know when it’s coming.

If you want to see more, you can take a look at some spiffy gameplay, and a recent trailer with commentary from the developers.

We also have a hands-on preview for your perusal.

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