BloodRayne: ReVamped 1 & 2 patch adds original cheat codes back

Ziggurat Interactive has released a patch for BloodRayne: ReVamped 1 and 2 that adds the original cheat codes back into the games.

Publisher Ziggurat Interactive has announced a patch for BloodRayne: ReVamped and BloodRayne 2: ReVamped that adds back the cheat codes present in the original versions of the games. These patches are available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox, so you’re good to go on all fronts. (Although, you need to remember to turn off cheat codes if you’re aiming to get all achievements / trophies.) Also, in addition to receiving cheat codes, BloodRayne: ReVamped and BloodRayne 2: ReVamped are on sale 15% off on the Nintendo Switch eShop through February 18.

Here are all the patch notes for the new game updates:

BloodRayne: ReVamped Patch Notes:

  • Fixed a rendering issue that caused visual errors when using Rayne’s Aura Vision ability
  • Fixed two issues that were causing errors/crashes for users with their console language set to German
  • Fixed an issue that was causing game audio to glitch when transitioning between levels
  • User settings such as brightness, volume, and controller vibration are now saved properly when adjusted in the menu

BloodRayne 2: ReVamped Patch Notes:

  • Fixed an issue affecting lip-syncs in animations and cutscenes
  • Physics when throwing enemies with the harpoon and feeding fatalities have been improved
  • Fixed issues causing pre-rendered cinematics on Switch not to play
  • Improved achievements and trophies
    • Trophy “Amateur Electrician” now correctly unlocks when completing the level “Shroud Tower – Feral”
    • Unlock progress for specific achievements/trophies will now restore correctly when loading a save file
    • Descriptions for several achievements/trophies have been updated to more accurately reflect the unlock conditions

[Source: PR]

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