The Prepare to Dine tease from Bandai Namco has been revealed within the newest situation of Weekly Famitsu.
Developed by the crew behind God Eater, the sport is titled Code Vein and described as an “exploration action-RPG,” Gematsu).
Namco started teasing Code Vein last week with a moderately attention-grabbing teaser video that includes darkish themes.
Set in a future the place the world in ruins, gamers tackle the position of vampires with supernatural talents referred to as Revenants. These beings have “transcended humanity,” however because of this, have misplaced their human reminiscences. They reside in a society referred to as Vein.
The sport makes use of a “buddy system” which permits the participant to deliver a associate together with them. Whether this associate is AI or one other participant wasn’t clear. The Revenants will work collectively exploring seamlessly linked areas and dungeons.
Revenants use close-range weapons like swords, as seen within the teaser video from final week, however different weapons comparable to hammers and spears may even be obtainable.
Should a Revenant develop into quick on blood, they flip into this monster referred to as a Lost, which is what gamers might be looking from the sound of it. A chunk of kit which features as armor, referred to as a Blood Veil, is utilized by Revenants to empty the blood of the Lost. When used, a meter of kinds will seem whereas the blood is being extracted.
A particular means referred to as Tempered Blood can then be used after a profitable assault utilizing Blood Vale. There are variations of this assault, because it relies upon upon the blood sucked out of the Lost. The blood can direct assaults, strengthen the participant or weaken enemies.
It sounds moderately attention-grabbing, and we’ll know extra about Code Vein in two days’ time when Namco makes the official announcement. A video is anticipated, and presumably screens, however a gameplay trailer gained’t be launched till May.
In growth utilizing Unreal Engine four, Code Vein is focused for a 2018 worldwide launch, with platforms to be introduced.