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Code Vein Launch Party To Be Hosted At Twitchcon

Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc has announced that they will be hosting a launch party for Code Vein at Twitchcon on Friday 27th September from 8.00 pm to 12.00 am PDT. Code Vein launches globally on Friday 27th September for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

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During the festivities, there will be a blood drive, cosplay photo opportunities, and playable demos as well as the launch party. Check out the list below for more information:

  • Blood drive – The blood drive will be hosted by the American Red Cross on Friday, September 27th. Donors will receive an exclusive ice box and a copy of the game (while stocks last). So if you want to do something good and help out a sick person in need, be sure to give some blood. Pre sign-ups for the blood drive can be found here.
  • Boss rush contest – Attendees will be able to try their hand against one of the game’s bosses in an attempt to win an exclusive Code Vein jacket.
  • Producer Signing – A chance to meet the producer of Code Vein on Saturday for an exclusive signing session. For a list of exact times, please follow the Bandai Namco U.S Twitter page.

Attendees will find the activities at the Code Vein pop up tent (located near 170 Sixth Ave. San Diego, CA 92101) all weekend whilst the launch party takes place on Friday evening. Admission to the party is free, but only open to anyone ages 21 or over, as there will be alcoholic drinks served.

Code Vein launches for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via STEAM on September 27, 2019.

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