OnlySP: Focus Home Interactive has just released the first gameplay and story details for Dontnod’s just announced horror RPG, Vampyr, which is being built on the Unreal Engine 4 and is due out in 2017.
Vampyr sounds like a current gen Vampire The Masquerade which is pretty awesome! I am gonna have to wait for 2017 to play this. Dammit! And PockyKing, Thanks for the amazing share.
You bet, thanks for reading!
Redemption was my favorite. unique games that very few knows about.
I love Dontnod I bet this will be good just like their last 2 games
did somebody say horror rpg? my two favourite genres? SOLD.
horror & rpg this is why always i ask for parasite eve its an epic game and its horror & rpg
Whoa dude you deserve a million likes... I cannot even begin to explain how much I love Parasite Eve 2 :D classic!!
Sounds like Dontnod is getting to finally make the games that it was meant to than bad Arkham clones like Remember Me.
Sounds like it will be another great game like Vampire Rain Altered Species.
they need to nail the combat and atmosphere and its a GOTY
"You ... a high-ranking military surgeon ... vampire" "sooner or later, you will have to feed, and make a difficult choice… who will be your prey?" I wonder if they'll allow you to use tools to take "blood donations" instead of having to kill or transform anyone?
Yeah, that'd be cool... Vamps don't need to worry about disease, so Reid should be able to travel into the hotbeds of infection. As a doctorr he could claim to be working on a cure. Ideally, I'd survive by charming the pants off of my 'donors' (femeral artery ftw!), followed by a main course of Evildoer soup... hopefully there's a dungeon in which to truss up bastards (with the assistance of a 'Yes Master' Renfield type). The NPC permadeath idea is brilliant... I wonder if it will let you turn people? Definitely keeping an eye on this... I've been waiting for an open-world vamp game for years - ever since I read Anne Rice's novels.
No 'Twilight' vampires please.
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