A Free Code Vein Demo For PS4 And Xbox One Is Available Now

Create your Revenant and challenge The Depths with the free Code Vein demo.

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Anime Souls-like Code Vein is slated to launch on consoles and PC later this month, and fans eagerly awaiting to wander the vampiric open-world will get the chance with a free demo that's available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The free Code Vein demo lets you create a Revenant and dive into the game's beginning area. If you're looking for a challenge, the Code Vein demo also grants you access to a dungeon called The Depths. Bandai Namco shared an announcement video showcasing a variety of dark, gothic landscapes available to explore in the free demo. The video, below, also gives a look at some characters you can create and enemies you can face before Code Vein's launch.

A network test for Code Vein went live back in May. The test provided access to the game's opening chapter and multiplayer. In an intriguing change for Souls-like multiplayer experiences, Code Vein features entirely supportive cooperative play. We chatted with producer Keita Iizuka at a preview event about the other changes Code Vein makes to the Souls-like formula, including respec-ing your character with ease, grouping up with other players, and more.

Code Vein is publisher Bandai Namco's take on From Software's iconic Dark Souls formula with a very distinct anime twist. As a Revenant--a chosen undead--you'll battle against enemies called the Lost--husk-like remnants of Revenants--in a post-apocalyptic dystopia overrun with the scent of blood and the sight of death. The open-world action-RPG will land on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 27.

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