As we reported before, Code Vein is not dead. While the game is still alive and kicking under Bandai Namco, new videos have surfaced showing the character creator, combat, and more. Additionally, a PS4 and Xbox One network test will go live sometime soon while the actual game itself is slated to release for PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One later this year.
In the early hours of the day, Bandai Namco published a tweet that allows you to sign up for a chance to join the development process and participate in the Code Vein network console test. However, it’s worth noting that space is limited and you’ll need PS Plus or Xbox Live Gold to join.
The time has come to rise again. CODE VEIN takes you on a dark journey where you’ll search for memories of the past and hopefully escape this living nightmare.
— Bandai Namco US (@BandaiNamcoUS) May 8, 2019
In addition to the above tweet, you will know if you got in because Bandai Namco will issue an email stating that you made it in the network test. You can learn more or attempt to sign up for Code Vein’s console network test by heading on over to bandainamcoent.com.
Moreover, G-Fuel and Bandai Namco are partnered to bring Code Vein out later this year, which proves Hiroshi Yoshimura correct when he said on April 30th, 2019, that, “in order to make Codevain the first and best work of the Reiwa Era, we will do our best with the God Eater team.” If you don’t know, we just left the Heisei Era (from January 8th, 1989, to April 30th, 2019) and are now in the Reiwa Era (started April 30th, 2019) solidifying Code Vein’s release in 2019:
‼️ JUST TO CLARIFY ‼️
The game will be coming out later this year – Our flavor will be coming out this summer! That is all. Carry on. 😎👌
— G FUEL® (@GFuelEnergy) May 8, 2019
With all of the aforesaid out of the way, you can check out Code Vein’s character creator (in English) and what is changeable in the latest build thanks to YouTuber Arekkz Gaming:
The next video up is a pseudo-interview by YouTuber FightinCowboy. The video shows off gameplay while he gives his impressions on Code Vein:
Code Vein is set to release for PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One later this year.