New Vampyr Game Releases Screenshots

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The studio behind ‘Life is Strange’, Dotnod Entertainment, have released some new screenshots for their next title ‘Vampyr’.

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Vampyr will be a third-person action RPG and will center around vampire doctor, Jonathon Reed; yes that’s right, vampire doctor. Do we have your attention?

The plot follows the vampire doctor who is coming to terms with his undead condition. He must deal with being torn between his Hippocratic Oath and his newly found bloodthirsty nature. The player is under no obligation to kill to finish the game. Dialogue options can be used for hunting prey to feed on, which replenishes strength and levels up the lead character. The game is based on the 1918 London Spanish flu pandemic.

Vampyr will release in 2017 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC but no doubt we will see something about it at E3 this year. Stay tuned for more.

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