BloodRayne is back with some enhanced and updated versions of the original games. The BloodRayne Terminal Cut Steam pages for the first and second entries in the series are both live ahead of their November 20, 2020 release dates. Prices aren’t available yet.
Both games are getting a relatively similar treatment. The product pages noted that Ziggurat Interactive brought back the original staff to work on these updated BloodRayne games. Both of them now support 4K, use XInput to make them gamepad compatible, allow for up to 4x anti-aliasing and have general improvements and higher resolution texture support. In the case of the sequel, it also has better light maps.
Aside from the visual upgrades, it seems the rest of the content in both BloodRayne games are back. Each entry follows BloodRayne, a woman who’s half-vampire, as she deals with supernatural threats. In the first game, she’s fighting Nazis and their otherworldly creatures, and in the second she goes after her own lethal family.
These updated BloodRayne Terminal Cut games aren’t much of a surprise. Back in June 2020, Ziggurat announced it owned the IP. As part of the announcement, it confirmed the original games would get updates and that new games could be developed.
BloodRayne Terminal Cut and BloodRayne 2 Terminal Cut will come to PCs on November 20, 2020.