Since its release last month, Vampyr from developer Dontnod Entertainment has been entertaining players with a deep and immersive vampire-focused tale set in the early 1900s, and now the game’s first major update has arrived with several changes in the works. Publisher Focus Home Interactive has announced that a new update has gone live for Vampyr across
Last week at Microsoft’s E3 2018 press conference, Dontnod Entertainment and Square Enix announced their new, single-episode game called The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit would be launching at the end of the month. Now, we are only five days away from its release and the developer has officially announced the actual times the Life is Strange spin-off will
Square Enix has announced that Dontnod Entertainment’s narrative adventure Life is Strange has started allowing players to pre-register for the Android version arriving in July. It is expected to launch with all five episodes and will feature controller support that is exclusive to Android users. Life is Strange is already available on iOS and has access to all five episodes.
Vampyr is set to launch next week and Dontnod Entertainment has decided to push out the launch trailer early to give us more of a look into the third-person single-player title. After arriving back in a 1918 London, Protagonist Dr. Jonathan Reid a freshly turned vampire discovers secret societies and ancient orders that intend to take him down.
Players who have been anxiously awaiting the release of the narrative-driven roleplay game Vampyr will be excited to learn that the game has gone gold just a few weeks before its June 5th release. The announcement was made on the game’s Twitter page: Vampyr has gone Gold! Next stop, June 5th. pic.twitter.com/udD7biNctn — Vampyr Game (@VampyrGame) May 18,
Whether you’re anticipating Dontnod Entertainment’s upcoming action RPG or just a collector of vinyl records, the French game developer has you covered. Select retailers will bundle a limited pressing of Vampyr‘s soundtrack when you preorder the game. Unfortunately, those who live in North America will be left out. Various retailers from France, the Nordics, Spain,
Back in 2015, Dontnod Entertainment and Square Enix released Life is Strange, an episodic narrative-driven game focusing on a girl named Max who gets the power to manipulate time. Today, they revealed that game would finally be coming to iOS devices, specifically the iPhone and iPad. Episodes 1-3 of the series will drop later this