BloodRayne 1 And 2 Remasters Head To Consoles Next Month

Last November, Ziggurat Interactive released enhanced remasters of 2000s action games BloodRayne 1 and 2 on PC. Now, a full year later, those ports have finally reached consoles.

Both games, dubbed BloodRayne: ReVamped and BloodRayne 2: ReVamped, don’t remake the games from the ground up. Rather, they’re polished-up versions of the cult favorite titles made to run on modern hardware. The titles support 4K resolution up to 3840×2160, upscaled cinematics and enhanced lighting. Fog effects are also supported. ReVamped offers fans the chance to enjoy classic games in a new way. 

BloodRayne: BloodRayne ReVamped

ReVamped will launch on November 18, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It’s a digital release, but Limited Run Games will release limited physical editions of the PS4 and Switch versions. The price of the PC version, known as the Terminal Cuts (or the Terminal Cuts), is unknown. I expect ReVamped to be the same. 

Along with this year’s remaster of 2011’s BloodRayne: Betrayal, the entire series will soon become readily available on modern platforms. This strategy could be a sign that Ziggurat Interactive has acquired BloodRayne IP and is now gearing up to launch a new installment in this long-dormant franchise. Maybe we get another Uwe Boll film. Sorry for being so evil. 

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