Code Vein PS4 and Xbox One closed network test set for later in May

The God Eater team-developed action RPG returns.

Code Vein

Bandai Namco will host a closed network test for Code Vein on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later in May, the company announced.

The closed network test will allow players to create their own character, play through the opening segment of Code Vein, and play through an online co-op dungeon.

Registration for the closed network test is available now here.

Additional details regarding the times and dates for the closed network test will be announced at a later date.

In addition to the closed network test announcement, various outlets have published new previews of Code Vein, including gameplay footage and screenshots. Here are just a few: (Japanese), Dengeki Online (Japanese), Famitsu (Japanese), Game Informer, (Japanese), GameSpot, Game Watch (Japanese), Giant Bomb, IGN, Polygon, and TheSixthAxis.

Code Vein is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2019.

Watch the new gameplay videos below. View the new screenshots at the gallery.



Game Informer

Giant Bomb

Dengeki Online



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