Code Vein for Nintendo Switch appeared on the Bandai Namco Games Japan website, in the page dedicated to terms of service, together with the already announced versions for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.
It could certainly be a simple mistake, it’s hard to know more since the game seems to have completely disappeared from the radar. Initially scheduled for last September, Code Vein was delayed to 2019 and is currently lacking a release date.
It is likely that the team is working to improve some aspects of the production and that Bandai Namco can announce Code Vein again between spring and summer, revealing new details about the game. The last public appearance dates back to E3 2018, since Code Vein’s tracks have been lost, the title has aroused a certain interest in the public but the reception to the first builds does not seem to have been particularly positive, with some criticism moved to the gameplay and the technical sector.
We look forward to learning more about the future of Code Vein, currently the launch has been confirmed only on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but the release of the Switch version appears very likely.