Code Vein details Spa, ‘Prometheus’ Blood Code

A few new tidbits of information ahead of the September 3 demo.

Bandai Namco has released a new information and screenshots of Code Vein introducing the Spa base facility and “Prometheus” Blood Code (class).

Get the details below.

■ Spa

The heroes of Code Vein are revenants who have lost the greater part of their memories as humans in exchange for supernatural powers. At their base is a bath facility called the “Spa,” where the revenants can heal their exhausted bodies and restore their lost energy in the hot springs.

Also, by soaking in the spa and losing yourself in thought, you can look back on the memories of past explorations and check the meaning of important words.

—At the spa, half of the Haze dropped when you last died can be recovered. While the other half will be lost, you will want to use this when it is too risky to go back to get it yourself, or when you lost a large amount of Haze.

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—Spa Field Art

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—By soaking in the spa, you can sort through your memories. You can check the memories of your adventures thus far, as well as the meanings of important terminology.

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■ Blood Code: “Prometheus”

“Prometheus” is the blood code received from Louis. It holds his will, built up and hardened by overcoming countless hardships in the name of the salvation of revenants. It is well-balanced for combat, but it somewhat fragile. Its Gifts bolster dodging and parrying.

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Gift: Phantom Assault

Vanish like mist, then do a jump slash. An offensive skill performed with one-handed swords, halberds, and bayonets.

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Gift: Fire Storm

Shoots a series of flaming projectiles that stagger the enemy.

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Code Vein is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 27. A demo is due out on September 3.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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