Back in June, we learned that the long-dormant cult classic series ‘Bloodrayne’ would finally be making a comeback. That comeback starts this month, with the release of two ‘Terminal Cut’ editions of the original games.
Bloodrayne and Bloodrayne 2 Terminal Cut are coming on the 20th of November, complete with improved graphics and other features.
Bloodrayne originally released in 2002 and its sequel came in 2005. With the Terminal Cut release on Steam and GOG, players can expect support for high resolution (4K) displays, improved rendering, better anti-aliasing, upscaled cinematics, improved lighting and fully localised voice acting and interface for English, French, Italian and Spanish.
Bloodrayne and Bloodrayne 2 Terminal Cut arrive on Steam and GOG on the 20th of November for £7.99 each.
KitGuru Says: Did many of you play the original Bloodrayne games back in the day? Are you thinking about revisiting it with the new Terminal Cut releases?
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