Code Vein Halloween Update Adds New Cosmetics, Gameplay Changes, And More
It looks like Bandai Namco’s anime souls-like, Code Vein, is officially getting into the Halloween spirit. The game was recently updated to version 1.10, bringing with it loads of new Halloween-themed character creation cosmetics, color palettes, gameplay changes, and bug fixes. The gameplay changes themselves are for the most part pretty standard, though one quality of life feature is the ability to swap out companions during a player’s first playthrough. Here are the full patch notes for the Code Vein Halloween update courtesy of Bandai Namco:
- New creation accessories, color pallets and face paints, Halloween-themed.
- New function for hair parts that allows to use as left-right symmetry.
- Character creation data can be available at the camp.
- Extensions can be made symmetrical.
- Adjustments to accessory costs.
- Add option to lock the direction of radar mini-map.
- Trial of Blood only occurs a second time when the dropped item is picked up.
- Option to turn off exploration conversation.
- Pop up message appears when the player is afflicted with status effect.
- Option to turn off damage screen effects when player is about to die.
- Ichor can be collected from sandbags at the camp.
- Option to reduce difficulty which has been raised in new game plus.
- Buddies can be changed at the Mistle.
- Some item icons are adjusted.
- Fixed application errors on the following conditions: Moving to event scenes with specific Blood Veil ; Guarding continuously right after pushing confirm button in front of a closed door ; Rebooting the game on Steam after moving to sleep mode during launching the game.
- Fixed matching facility while using keywords on Steam.
- Adjusted battle effects.
- Adjusted enemy’s movement.
- Fixed other minor issues.
Code Vein is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. My full review of the game can be read right here.
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