Vampyr Gameplay Demo (PS4/Xbox One/PC)

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Vampyr awakens 15 minutes of gameplay from the crypt.

Gameplay video of the pre-alpha version, showcasing some of the ideas that make Vampyr a unique gameplay experience, where the narrative is directly tied to the gameplay. Without any spoilers, our presentation begins a little after the beginning of the game. Now aware of being a vampire, our protagonist Dr Jonathan Reid must come to terms with what he has become, meeting some of the characters you will interact with along your journey – some of whom are aware of what you are, and also share the same affliction.

This video is taken from a pre-alpha version of the game, and while many aspects are still very early in their development process – notably the combat system – you’ll get to see many of the gameplay ideas currently being worked on.

Investigate the people of London, and peer through their bodies to see the quality of blood that flows through them. Perhaps you find a terrible person who you believe deserves to die, and decide to feed on him. But what if he suffers from poor quality blood? Perhaps a father – with no reason to lose his life – has the purest blood, and will therefore gain you greater experience points… your moral choices will directly affect the game world as you struggle to come to terms with your human/vampire duality.

Taking lives in London is not easy. Killing too many in a district may cause its infrastructure to collapse and turn into disarray. Every single life will also have a butterfly effect on the other NPCs surrounding them. Every life you take away will have consequences for the city and the people around them: Cursed be the choice!

Vampyr comes out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in 2017.


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43 Comments on “Vampyr Gameplay Demo (PS4/Xbox One/PC)”

  1. I have a couple of questions for you IZUNIY. First, do you know much about the combat, do you get more guns later in the game or Vampyr more of a hack n' slash kinda game? Also do you know much about the superpowers, are there any unique superpowers that will set Vampyr apart from other games with superpowers?

  2. Looks interesting, but I still have a feeling nothing will beat VtM Bloodlines from back in 04 as a Vampire game. What was even more crazy is the game wasn't even finished due to the company going out of business, and it was still awesome.

  3. I hope they add some kind of "detection" system and maybe a "notoriety" system in the final product.
    Kind of strange how the hunters immediately know you are a vampire by just looking at you.

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