Code Vein debut trailer to be released May 2 [Update 4]

Here's a screenshot of a scene from the trailer.

Code Vein

The first trailer for Code Vein, Bandai Namco’s newly announced action RPG from its God Eater team, will be released on May 2, the company announced on Twitter.

The tweet included a screenshot, attached above, of a scene from the trailer showing the ruin of a collapsed city.

Code Vein is due out for unannounced platform(s) in 2018.

Update 04/28/17 at 4:00 a.m.: Bandai Namco has tweeted another image from the trailer showing a Lost, the game’s main enemies, lying at the feet of a character after being miserably defeated in battle.

Code Vein

Update 04/29/17 at 8:15 p.m.: Bandai Namco has tweeted another image from the trailer showing a Blood Veil, shining red, feeling the aftereffects of battle.

Code Vein

Update 04/30/17 at 2:50 a.m.: Bandai Namco has tweeted another image from the trailer showing a battle scene against a gigantic enemy.

Code Vein

Update 05/01/17 at 12:20 a.m.: Bandai Namco has tweeted final image from the trailer showing a mask-wearing Revenant looking up into the sky.

Code Vein

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