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Code Vein Developers Talk About Upcoming New Reveal After Delay into 2019

Do you remember Code Vein? It’s been a while since Bandai Namco released anything official about the game after its delay into 2019, but the wait may be close to its end.

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Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included comments from the game’s developers, and there were hints that a new reveal is coming soon enough.

IP Executive Producer Yusuke Tomizawa mentioned that the team is working to push a new reveal as soon as possible.

Producer Keita Iizuka mentioned that his primary goal for 2019 is to deliver Code Vein in everyone’s hands. While the team has kept fans waiting after the delay, he’d like to resume worldwide promotional activities, while also preparing for the next project. He concludes by mentioning that development is progressing steadily towards that restart.

At the moment, we don’t know when the next reveal will come, nor what it will showcase, but it’s good to hear from the team after such a long silence.

Code Vein doesn’t have a release window beside “2019” and it’s destined to release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Of course, when a new reveal does come, you’ll be able to read all about it here on Twinfinite.

Source: Weekly Famitsu


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