Enhanced Versions Of BloodRayne 1 & 2 Coming To Steam Next Week

Upstart writer Ziggurat Interactive will launch enhanced editions of the primary two BloodRayne video games to Steam on November 20. Dubbed the Terminal Cuts, these definitive editions of the beloved motion sequence boast new graphical and efficiency spit shines to get them on top of things for a contemporary period.  

The improved variations of BloodRayne 1 and BloodRayne 2 assist larger resolutions as much as 4K and have upscaled cinematics, improved lighting and rendering, and trendy controller assist. Both video games shall be bought individually although the value is unknown at the moment. 

The first two BloodRayne video games have been launched in 2002 and 2004, respectively, and star the vampire Rayne. The first sport, set within the 1930s, pits her towards Nazi forces in addition to supernatural foes. BloodRayne 2 jumps to the 2000’s and options Rayne battling an evil vampire cult. The sequence entered a protracted hiatus till 2011’s BloodRayne: Betrayal, which modified gears by shifting to a 2D motion side-scrolling design. While the sequence as a complete has by no means been thought of a prime essential darling, it proved profitable sufficient to spawn a trilogy of less-than-stellar movie diversifications directed by Uwe Boll.

Ziggurat bought the BloodRayne franchise alongside different Majesco properties earlier this yr. Its intention is to accumulate, protect, and remaster traditional franchises for brand spanking new audiences to take pleasure in. Dormant franchises beneath the Ziggurat umbrella embrace Advent Rising, Forbidden West, and several other 3DO licenses akin to Killing Time and Captain Quazar. 

Check out this traditional Replay episode of the primary BloodRayne for an concept of how the sport holds up. Any BloodRayne followers excited to play these improved variations on PC? Let us know within the feedback!

[Source: Games Radar]

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