Dontnod’s New RPG Vampyr Will Have Four Different Endings, Including One That Only Unlocks If You Never Kill Anyone

Plus, some new screenshots inside.

Posted By | On 09th, Feb. 2017

Dontnod Entertainment’s upcoming game will be Vampyr, a new action RPG with a gothic setting. Dontnod is going all out with this game, as they recently annnounced that there will be four separate endings in the game, with each ending being the sum total of your play style and choices through the entire game.

One of those endings will in fact only be triggered if you go through the entire game without killing anybody- something that can be done, but will be really difficult. “The sum of your decisions and experiences of a Vampyr will trigger very different endings,” said Dontnod’s Phillipe Moreau (via VG247). “We have four endings, including one if you manage to finish the game without killing anyone. Trust me, that’s a very hard challenge.”

That should sound really exciting to fans of old school cRPGs, which made it possible for players to truly roleplay, and be able to talk their way out of any situation. What should also be exciting are the new screens for the game, which you can check out for yourself below.

Vampyr is planned to launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.


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