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Code Vein has sold over one million copies since September

Code Vein, Bandai Namco’s action RPG inspired by the Souls series, has sold over one million copies.

Code Vein hit over one million copies sold within five months of its fall release.

The game's official Twitter account announced the new good news today.

Released in September 2019, Code Vein is set in a post-apocalyptic world with Gothic elements. It features interconnected dungeons where you will unlock mysteries surrounding Vein. As you progress, you will face tougher challenges and can adapt your loadout of abilities and weapons to better handle what you’ll face. The game also features co-op, but you also have an AI companion.

Available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, the first DLC was released last week and two more drops are on the way.

If you are on the fence about picking it up or are interested in it, give Alex’s review of the game a read.

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