Ziggurat Interactive has announced enhanced versions for both BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2.
Both classic action-horror games will be released in their enhanced versions for Windows PC via Steam (1, 2) and GOG (1, 2) on November 20th as BloodRayne: Terminal Cut and BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut.
If you own the original versions of BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2 on Steam or GOG you’ll get both BloodRayne: Terminal Cut and BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut for free.
Here’s all of the improvements on both games:
- Support for higher display resolutions (up to 4K / 3840×2160)
- Improved rendering with up to 4x anti-aliasing
- Upscaled cinematic videos
- Support for modern gamepads (XInput controller support)
- Improvements to lighting at engine level, plus fully reprocessed lighting data
- Engine improvements to support uncompressed original textures
- Improvements to effects such as reflections, water, fog, and shadows
- Localizations include:
- BloodRayne: Fully voiced with localized interfaces in English, French, Italian, Spanish
- BloodRayne 2: Localized interface and subtitles for English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Optimized for Windows 10
“The response was tremendous when we announced that we had taken over stewardship of the BloodRayne series,” Ziggurat Interactive president Wade Rosen said in a press release. “Fans have been asking what’s next for the series, and now we’re excited to show off the great work that’s been done by Terminal Reality on the first two titles.”
Here’s a new trailer:
Here’s a brief overview of the series, via Ziggurat Interactive:
The third-person horror action series BloodRayne introduced gamers to Rayne, a brutal half-vampire femme fatale traveling the world to foil Nazi plans, battle supernatural threats, and uncover more about her vampiric heritage. Featuring a unique protagonist, fast-action combat, vampiric powers, and a globe-spanning storyline, BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2 offered a dynamic and visceral gameplay experience. Beloved by fans and critics alike, BloodRayne became a true cross-media phenomenon, spanning games, comics, and films across the early 2000s.