Code Vein’s official Japanese Twitter account has announced that the title has sold over 2 million units worldwide, counting digital purchases. Additionally, this announcement coincides with the game’s 2-year anniversary, having been released in September of 2019. Congratulations to publisher Bandai Namco and the game’s development team, and here’s to hoping for a sequel somewhere down the line.
The Twitter account also shared artwork celebrating the 2-year anniversary and 2 million global shipments, which can be viewed below:
— CODE VEIN (@CODE_VEIN) September 27, 2021
Code Vein is an action-adventure game where players will be able to craft their weapons and customize their experience by fine-tuning their character’s playstyle during the game’s dark and gritty narrative. The game focuses heavily on character growth and weapon customization as the player searches for Blood Beads in a post-apocalyptic world.
Players assume the role of a revenant searching for a cure for the desire of blood beads. They are a rare source of energy for revenant in this demon-filled planet. However, every mission puts that at risk of becoming a member of the lost or even dead. The game focuses on skill-based combat, where players will likely die multiple times as they continually grow more adept at the challenging foes that await them.
Code Vein is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.
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