Code Vein Delayed to 2019

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Bandai Namco announced today that the release date for Code Vein will be moved to 2019.

The company has made the decision to dedicate additional time to further develop Code Vein, ensuring that the final product delivers on the expectations set among both fans and media.

According to Eric Hartness, Vice President of Marketing for BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.

“CODE VEIN has received an enormous amount of positive feedback from eager fans who have received hands-on time with in-development versions of the game over the past nine months. Armed with knowledge of how well the game has already been received, we made the decision to postpone the release of CODE VEIN to further refine its gameplay in an effort to exceed the expectations fans already have of the title. It was a difficult decision to make, but we feel it is the correct one.”

In Code Vein, players will be able to create their own character and customize their experience by equipping numerous items, weapons, items, gifts, and skills to suit their favorite fighting style or gain an advantage. Various A.I. controlled partners will also be available to explore the interconnected world with their own specialized personalities and attributes.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

Source: Press Release
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