Bandai Namco's Code Vein Has Been Delayed Until 2019

Donna Miller
July 13, 2018

"We are thankful to Code Vein fans for giving us a huge positive feedback on the development versions of the game for the past months, as a result of the overwhelming support from the fans, we chose to postpone the release of Code Vein to further refine the game and hope to exceed fans' expectation." said Rainel Tan, General Manager at Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia.

The Code Vein delay happened overnight, with only Namco's North American and Asian branches offering statements to fans. Bandai Namco seems keen on polishing this one properly, which is something we salute entirely.

"We want to refine the gameplay even more and further exceed your expectations upon full release", said the tweet. "Various A.I. controlled partners will also be on-hand to explore the interconnected world with their own specialized attributes and personalities". However, the publisher just announced that Code Vein is being pushed back to 2019. "It was a hard decision to make, but we feel it is the correct one".

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With no new set date in sight, hopefully we'll hear more about when we might be able to expect the game in the coming weeks, especially since there's a lot, it looks like, to enjoy about the vampire-laden adventure.

The previous September 28 release date means the game would have to compete for time/attention against other heavy-hitters like Spider-Man, Tomb Raider, Destiny 2, Dragon Quest and several others coming out at the start of the heated fall season.

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