Code Vein Hot Springs Gameplay Video Keeps The Fan-Service Alive

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Bandai Namco’s upcoming Code Vein allows players to create their own character, customizing them to look and appear in the best ways that fit your vampire-themed imagination. The character customization was one of the first signs that Bandai Namco wasn’t going to shy away from fan-service, as it allows gamers to alter boob sizes with a boob slider.

Well, the game also  allows you to go a step further by taking your custom character, stripping them down, and going into a hot spring where you can see them relaxing in nothing but a towel.

YouTuber Zanar Aesthetics posted up a short five minute video featuring a hot female character in wedged heels sexily strutting into the hot springs and relaxing under a star-lit sky while relaxing in the water. You can check out the video below.

As you can see, the towel is super short, giving you ample exposure of your character’s legs, thighs, arms, and some cleavage.

Those playing the game will be able to check out their character from top to bottom, which is what we see the streamers doing, as they attempt to position the camera underneath the towel in order to nab a quick upskirt shot. Unfortunately the way the camera is positioned we can’t actually see up the towel of the character.

They also showcased more of the game’s character customization during this year’s E3, where they covers some of the accessories you can add to your character, some of the proportional changes you can make to the character, and how in-depth the hair options are, which actually allow you to not only change the base hair but also expand it with additional hair accessories. You can check out the video below, courtesy of Rikudou.

You have to love how the streamers take the bell and place it in between her boobs… the only thing that would make it better is every time her boobs jiggled the bell rang.

They also show off a couple of other templates near the end of the video, giving you an idea of just how many different options and customization features will be available in Code Vein when it finally launches. Obviously, the female character creation options are way better than their male counterparts given that you can tell the developers very lovingly crafted the female parts so you can make some fantastic waifus. You’ll have a slightly tougher time making some decent husbandos given that the guys look extra dopey.

At least, unlike Team Ninja and Dead or Alive 6, Bandai Namco knows who their audience is with their upcoming Soulsborne-style action-RPG.

Anyway, Code Vein is due out for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC on September 28th, 2018 later this year.