The Japanese action RPG game Code Vein has been delayed to 2019, development studio Bandai Namco announced. The game was scheduled to release this September.
According to a recent announcement, the studio decided to delay the game because it received feedback from fans and wants to make sure this feedback is incorporated in the game.
In Code Vein players are Revenants, vampires that possess supernatural powers. Players must use their powers to fight their way through several dungeons and defeat bosses.
Players will be be accompanied with an AI companion to gather blood. Collecting Blood Veils from enemies will increase their character's powers and unlock new abilities for overpowered attacks.
Code Vein is now expected to release in the second quarter of 2019 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
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