April 13, 2018 – Vampyr, DONTNOD Entertainment’s upcoming action-RPG, releases June 5 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Pre-order now at selected retailers, and receive a limited edition vinyl featuring a selection of Vampyr’s soundtrack*, composed by multi-award winner and BAFTA nominee Olivier Derivière.

Derivière is best known for composing the soundtracks to a wealth of games including Get Even, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Freedom Cry, The Technomancer, Remember Me,and more. Here, his marriage of fierce cello performed by Eric-Maria Couturier from Ensemble Intercontemporain de Paris and industrial textures provide the perfect companion to Vampyr’s ferocious combat and the inner struggle of protagonist Dr. Jonathan Reid.

In this limited sound selection, enjoy hand-picked tracks from Vampyr’s soundtrack, mastered with Derivière’s supervision in high fidelity and pressed on transparent blood-red vinyl. With 40 minutes of music in total, immerse yourself in DONTNOD’s dark vision of 1918 London.

*Available for preorders while supplies last on the following territories: France (Micromania), Nordics (GameStop), Spain (GAME), Benelux (Game Mania), Poland (Empik), Australia (JB HI-FI), Portugal (FNAC). Final artwork subject to change.

For early buyers in Germany (GameStop) and Australia (EB Games), while stocks last, players can also get the Limited Edition of DONTNOD Entertainment’s Vampyr for PlayStation 4 for the price of the standard edition! This special bundle features the game on PS4, in addition to a selection of physical and digital bonuses. In total, the Vampyr Limited Edition contains:

  • Boxed copy of the game for PS4, with exclusive Limited Edition sleeve
  • Code for the Hunters Heirlooms DLC
  • Set of 3 exclusive lithographs
  • Double-side poster of the in-game map and stunning art

Vampyr will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on June 5Preorders are open.

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