Tag Archives: Dontnod Entertainment

Latest Vampyr update adds Story Mode and Hard Mode, adds NVIDIA Ansel support

DONTNOD Entertainment has released the third update for its narrative-driven action-RPG, Vampyr, to everyone. This update includes two new game difficulty modes which add further replayability for existing players, and more options for those who haven’t yet gotten to grips with this dark adventure through 1918 London. Continue reading Latest Vampyr update adds Story Mode and Hard Mode, adds NVIDIA Ansel support

Second developer diary for DONTNOD’s psychological thriller, Twin Mirror

Bandai Namco has released the second developer diary for DONTNOD’s upcoming title Twin Mirror, focusing around the setting behind the psychological thriller, and how the rustic town of Basswood, and the characters who inhabit this world plays a major role in setting the tone of the game. Continue reading Second developer diary for DONTNOD’s psychological thriller, Twin Mirror

First details, new screenshots & reveal trailer for Life is Strange 2

Square Enix has revealed new details, screenshots and a trailer for LIFE IS STRANGE 2, the next entry in the highly successful, critically-acclaimed and award-winning franchise from DONTNOD Entertainment, the creators of the original LIFE IS STRANGE. The first entry in the all-new five-episode story of LIFE IS STRANGE 2, will release on September 27th. Continue reading First details, new screenshots & reveal trailer for Life is Strange 2

Life is Strange 2 gets an official teaser trailer

Square Enix has released a teaser trailer for Life is Strange 2, claiming that more details about it will be unveiled on August 20th. Although we don’t know much about Life is Strange 2, we do know that its first episode will release on September 27th. Enjoy the trailer after the jump and stay tuned for more! Continue reading Life is Strange 2 gets an official teaser trailer

Vampyr will receive two new game modes, Story Mode and Hard Mode, later this Summer

Focus Home Interactive has announced that Vampyr, DONTNOD Entertainment’s narrative-driven action-RPG that set in 1918 London, will receive a content update coming later this Summer. This will include two new game modes which add further replayability for existing players and more options for those who haven’t yet sunk their teeth into this dark adventure. Continue reading Vampyr will receive two new game modes, Story Mode and Hard Mode, later this Summer

Vampyr has sold 450K copies worldwide in its first month on all platforms

Focus Home Interactive has announced that Vampyr has sold 450K copies worldwide on all platforms in its first month. As the press release reads, after a week of marketing, the game has ranked first in sales in France, the United Kingdom, Germany and many other countries ahead of other big titles. Continue reading Vampyr has sold 450K copies worldwide in its first month on all platforms

First Vampyr patch is now available, fixes various issues, does not resolve stuttering issues

DONTNOD Entertainment has released the first patch for Vampyr. According to the release notes, this patch allows gamers to use Walk as a held input or a toggled input and properly displays the Recovering Icon when a citizen is healing. Continue reading First Vampyr patch is now available, fixes various issues, does not resolve stuttering issues

Free prequel to Life is Strange 2 is now available for download on Steam, uses the Denuvo anti-tamper tech

Square Enix has just released the free prequel to Life is Strange 2, called The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit. The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is an original narrative experience set in the Life is Strange universe that contains links to the brand new story & characters of Life is Strange 2, and some choices and actions will link to your Life is Strange 2 experience. Continue reading Free prequel to Life is Strange 2 is now available for download on Steam, uses the Denuvo anti-tamper tech

Vampyr Review: Brilliant but Burdensome

Despite the enduring allure of vampires, only a handful of quality vampire video games have ever been made. Of these, most have been action games with limited depth and meager stories. In fact, the case could be made that 2004’s cult classic Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines is the only video game to truly let players become a vampire, with all the power and responsibility that entails. Continue reading Vampyr Review: Brilliant but Burdensome