Feast your eyes on these brand-new Code Vein screenshots

I’ve gotten my hands on a butt load of all-new Code Vein screenshots today. These 36 new images give us our best look yet at the characters, environments and enemies that will appear in the game.

Code Vein is the upcoming Soulsborne title from Bandai Namco with an anime aesthetic and a dystopian vampire theme. 

In Code Vein, the world has suffered a cataclysm and is now a post-apocalyptic dystopia inhabited by monsters and demons. The protagonists are vampires known as the Revenant who are tasked with fighting against the Lost.

New Code Vein Screenshots

We’ve already seen some Code Vein screenshots which show off the Cathedral of the Sacred blood from both the inside and outside and Successor of the Ribcage who looks like Vicar Amelia from Bloodborne.

Bandai Namco also released a gameplay trailer for Code Vein which showed a snowy environment and a fiery one as well as the cinematic attacks featured in the game. 

These new Code Vein screenshots show more of those environments while giving plenty of good, close-up looks at many of the characters and enemies.

Every time I see something new from Code Vein, I’m more and more impressed. A release date has still not been announced, but it certainly can’t come out soon enough.

Check out the screenshots below.

Code Vein is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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