Code Vein Season Pass, Japanese digital pre-order bonuses, and in-game hot springs announced

Bandai Namco announced a Season Pass, digital pre-order bonuses, and a Digital Deluxe Edition of Code Vein for Japan during a “Bloody Live” live stream held today. Additionally, the company confirmed the existence of a hot springs facility in the game’s base area.

Here are the details:

Digital Version Pre-Order Bonuses

Code Vein

  • “Shiny Custom Parts Set” – Includes three “Shiny Hair” accessory parts.
  • Blood Code: “Trailblazer” – The Blood Code of those who have overflowing ambition within them and awaken as a Revenant. It enables the use of the Gift “Death Parade Bomb,” which deals massive damage to the player’s surroundings, but will also put the player’s life at risk by nearly killing them.
  • “Protagonist Character Special Stamp Set” – Used for communication during multiplayer.

Season Pass / Season Pass Bonus

Code Vein

The 2,700 yen Season Pass is a set of three add-ons due out post-launch that includes additional dungeons, another character versions of partners, Blood Codes, and more.

Users who purchase the Season Pass will also receive the following bonuses:

  • Another Character: “Mia: White Ver.”
  • Blood Code: “Astraia” – A Blood Code in which Mia’s request for a blessing takes form and manifests.
  • Code Vein PlayStation 4 theme “Revenants Gathered at the Base”

Digital Deluxe Edition

Code Vein

The 11,772 yen Digital Deluxe Edition includes Code Vein and the Season Pass, as well as the following bonus downloadable content:

  • “Bloodthirsty Customize Parts Set” – Includes three accessories and one exclusive design mask.

Hot Springs

A hot springs facility is available at your in-game base. You can even go into the hot springs with the characters you have befriended. There is also a feature where you can “look back on memories of the past,” but details as to what that entails are unknown.

Code Vein

Code Vein

Code Vein

Code Vein is due out worldwide for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 28. In Japan, the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will release on September 27.

Watch the “Bloody Live” live stream archive below.

Thanks, Games Talk.

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