Bad news everyone! BloodRayne: Betrayal is a single-player only affair. We had speculated on a possible co-op mode due to some interesting allusions on the BloodRayne: Betrayal website. There is some good news for you BloodRayne fans; the game looks great. Designer/Director Sean Velasco played through some of the game for us. The game had a fluidity to it that's hard to describe. Velasco claimed that WayForward has lovingly crafted 4000 frames of animation for the sultry Dhampir. I can't count that high while watching a demo, but I'll take his word for it.
BloodRayne: Betrayal is a combat game through and through, focusing on combinations and high scores. The game is also incredibly bloody. The enemies blast blood as if they're pressurized plasma fountains. Somehow the title got by with a teen rating, which seemed surprising even to the director himself, "We had to change the red blood to green in Contra 4 to avoid an "M" rating. Somehow, all of this stylized blood is okay," he says this he decapitates three foes at once, spraying bright red blood everywhere. You can expect BloodRayne: Betrayal later this year on the XBLA and the PSN.