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Vampire Hack ‘n’ Slash ‘Blood Knights’ is out for Xbox Live® Arcade Today
View the Brand New ‘Alysa’ Trailer Now
Leicester, UK – 1st November 2013 Van Helsing can’t save us now! Prepare yourself to face hordes of vampires, monsters and humans, as Blood Knights is out today on Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. Face deadly and blood-thirsty foes alone, or pray that you have a loyal friend willing to fight bravely beside you in Co-op multiplayer. Blood Knights is available to download now for £11.99/€14.99/$14.99, with a PlayStation® Network version following on the 20th of November. In addition, the game will be released for PC on Steam and other digital platforms on the 14th of November.  
 
Set in a medieval fantasy world, Blood Knights will feature quick, deadly combat, smart team-work and ferocious cooperative monster slaying. View the brand new trailer now for a look at the powerful vampire companion Alysa - who excels in ranged combat with her powerful duel crossbows, deadly dark abilities and agility.
 
View the ‘Alysa’ trailer for Blood Knights on YouTube here
 
View the Announcement trailer on YouTube here
 
Blood Knights is a hack ‘n slash action - RPG, where the age-old war between humans and vampires is out-of-control and threatens to plunge the world into the abyss. The game combines spectacular combat with RPG elements in single-player or co-op mode. Blood Knights is developed by Deck 13 interactive, who have made a name for themselves with such titles as ‘Venetica’, ‘Jack Keane’ and ‘Ankh’. Set in a mystical version of the Middle Ages, Blood Knights is an exciting story about the Knights Templar and a legendary Vampire Hunter who finds himself bound by blood to the powerful vampire Alysa during a daring mission. The two must work together to break the blood spell and defeat the hordes of evil creatures who stand between them and their goal.
 
Features of Blood Knights

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