Code Vein introduces Mia Karnstein, Yakumo Shinonome

Action RPG due out worldwide in early 2018.

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu introduces two new characters set to appear in Code Vein, Bandai Namco’s upcoming action RPG from its God Eater staff.

Get the information below.

Mia Karnstein (voiced by Ai Kayano)

Code Vein

A female Revenant who wanders the land of “Vein” with her young little brother. If it means protecting the only family that she has left, she is prepared to even fight against other Revenants. She can use bayonets able to attack at long distances. Her Blood Veil is “Stinger,” which takes on the form of something like a tail and has long reach.

Yakumo Shinonome (voiced by Kousuke Toriumi)

Code Vein

A male former mercenary. He has a strong sense of duty and caring personality. While he is admired by those around him, a cool and professional side of him comes out during battle. He fights using a sword in the form of a giant blade. His Blood Veil is “Hounds,” which sees the hem of the jacket worn over his shoulder transform into something similar to the head of a wolf and unleash its fury at close range.

If you missed it earlier this month, catch the latest gameplay footage from Anime Expo 2017 here.

Code Vein is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC worldwide in early 2018.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

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