Ziggurat Interactive has announced that enhanced versions of both BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2 will be released on Steam and GOG on November 20, 2020.
BloodRayne: Terminal Cuts and BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cuts are enhanced and updated versions of the games that follow the adventures of the red-headed dhampir (Vampire/Human) who must stop a madman bent on using occult relics to bring about a new age of domination for the Third Reich and, in the second game, her siblings who are looking to create a new era of Vampire supremacy.
These games will receive support for higher display resolutions (up to 4K/3830×2160), upscaled cinematic videos, support for modern gamepads, improved rendering with up to 4x anti-aliasing, support for higher texture resolutions allowing for use of original, uncompressed textures, and more.
BloodRayne was first released in 2002 and its sequel – BloodRayne 2 – came out in 2004. The series saw a bit of a revival with 2011’s BloodRayne: Betrayal, but this downloadable sidescrolling game for Xbox Live and PSN did not sell well and, as a result, a new 3DS title was indefinitely put on hold.
BloodRayne 2 was actually one of the first 13 backward compatible games on Xbox One, but there was no mention as to whether these enhanced ports will make their way to either current or next-gen consoles.
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