Vampyr

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Developer(s)
Dontnod Entertainment
Publisher(s)
Focus Home Interactive
Engine
Unreal engine 4
Official Site
Vampyr Game
Version
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Platform(s)
PS4®, XBOXONE®, PC
Release date(s)
5th June 2018
Genre(s)
Action/Fantasy/RPG/Open World
Mode(s)
Singleplayer
Rating(s)
PEGI 18, ESRB: M/Mature 17+
Media/distribution
Digital or box versions
System requirements
Windows 10,8,7 (64 bit)

20. January 2015, Dontnod and Focus Home presented a poster in one of their tweets, sharing a first look at their new game in development Vampyr - the Role Playing Game. TheSixthAxis also reported, that the game's setting will be the First World War and the player will slip into the role of physician Jonathan E. Reid, who returns home, just to see the people of his homeland dying from the spanish flu. While he tries to help one of his patients, he gets transformed into a Vampire by a bite. Paris based studio Dontnod is also known for the games "Remember Me" and "Life is Strange", which was released on January 30th, 2015. [1]

In the developer stream, it was mentioned, that players also can play through the game without killing any citizens. This again has consequences for the ability development of the main character Reid. To feed and survive, it's possible to drink the blood of rats, as this was shown too in the hour long stream. The game also will get significantly harder this way.

Game Chapters[edit | edit source]

Prologue - about an hour long introduction to the game
Chapter 1: Quarantine
Chapter 2: White Coat
Chapter 3: Family History
Chapter 4: Rising Fever
Chapter 5: Second Opinion
Chapter 6: Patient Zero
Chapter 7: Healthy Carrier (Epilogue)

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Moral choices - all citizens carry their own dark secret. Killing somebody obviously evil will not always lead to a better outcome in return!
  • Various dialogue options - uncover secrets, learn hints and unlock new dialogues with the citizens.
  • 60 Citizens - people with a life and background story, some interconnected through quests or sidequests.
  • 4 different endings - depending on the choices made and play style.

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