Vampyr Release Date Announced in Final Webseries Episode


Dontnod's bloodsucking RPG Vampyr is due for release on PC in June, after being delayed from November a year ago. The release date was unveiled during the final episode of the game's web series.

Vampyr is the first game to come from Dontnod since the original series of Life is odd debuted back in 2015. The news dropped within the final chapter of the Life is odd creator's webseries, which is ominously titled Stories from the Dark.

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Stories from the Dark, Dontnod explain what makes videogames unique compared to other storytelling mediums, as well as their signature approach to narrative.

In today's fourth episode, Stories from the Dark - as it's titled - reveals more gameplay footage as well as some behind-the-scenes footage of the game's motion capture recordings. As such, exploration, investigations, combat, player encounters and all the choices are intertwined with the game's narrative.

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If you missed them, catch the first episode here, second episode here, and third episode here.

This week's video doesn't just take a look at a specific part of the development but also announces the game's release date. Phillippe Moreau, Game Director, elaborated further stating that the feeling of control and the relationship between a player and their character, are unique to the gaming industry and he has worked to make this even more special within Vampyr. It's then up to you who survives it. Every killing has consequences, and it's up to players to balance their need to feed and grow stronger, with the rapidly deteriorating city of London.

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