What a way to start a morning because the action game, Code Vein, that was initially scheduled to release on September 28th, 2018 has been delayed into 2019–according to the Bandai Namco US Twitter account.
It seems the developers need more time ironing up the game’s gameplay based on advice and feedback given at two major conventions. Bandai Namco’s US was kind enough to leave a short letter on their Twitter account–addressing Code Vein fans about this sad news.
Here’s what the Twitter account shared,
“A big thank you to everyone who came out to play our demo at Anime Expo and E3. Based on all the feedback we received over the last few months, we decided to push back the release date into 2019. We want to refine the gameplay even more and further exceed your expectations upon full release.”
“This will help ensure the final product delivers on the expectations you all have for the game. Again, thank you for all the support and for your patience. Please stay tuned to our social channels for further updates regarding Code Vein.”
Fan reception seems positive–based on the responses shared on the post. It’s a bummer the title is being delayed into 2019, but with that, comes the possibility for a more “refined” game for consumers to get their hands on. We’ll be sure to keep you informed when Bandai Namco shares information about Code Vein’s new “release date”.
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