Bloodrayne: Revamped is a 3D action-adventure game starring Rayne, half-human, half-vampire, also known as a dhampir. Rayne is back after nearly two decades since her original lead role in 2002. The original Bloodrayne was a flawed but enjoyable action horror game with frantic combat and plenty of vampire powers. wonderful. The game has now been updated for a modern audience along with its sequel, Bloodrayne 2: refurbished.
Bloodrayne: Revamped, like the original game, is quite challenging, even on the easier difficulty modes. While you can choose between easy, medium, and hard difficulty, the game will punish you for mistakes. Due to the Workky camera and some inconsistent hit detection, you’ll want to stay mobile at all times.
Luckily, Rayne is an agile character so this shouldn’t be an issue. Enemies will crowd around you a lot, especially in the more claustrophobic indoor sections. Get in the habit of staying on the move while attacking to take less damage.
Breakable Walls – Bloodrayne: Revamped
During your time playing refurbished, you will encounter many, many doors that are locked or barred from the other side. While you would think that a DhampIir as strong as Rayne could easily break a wooden door, it turns out she can’t and has to find another item instead.
Fortunately, there are a lot of environmental cues about where Rayne can get into buildings. If you find yourself unable to get into a location where the target is, just find a broken wall area or up the wall and smash rocks over it for easy access.
Swapping Guns – Bloodrayne: Revamped
Make swapping guns early and often into a habit. After the Louisiana introductory tutorial, you’ll start to acquire a huge arsenal of weapons ranging from shotguns to shotguns and even a machine gun. When your gun runs out of bullet, you will immediately switch to another.
However, not every guns are effective against all types of enemies. For example, a lower pistol or revolver can take out most human-type enemies while a shotgun is best used on Spider-like monsters. Just switch to a new gun depending on the battle scenario to last longer.
Feeding On Enemies
Easy Power Rayne’s best ability is the ability to jump on enemies, undress, and escape their life force by sucking their blood. While this is pretty standard for most vampire fiction, it really fits the Bloodrayne: Revamped. It not only kills your enemies but also restores your health bar.
Plus, you finally have a shot-type weapon to pull enemies towards you. This weapon combined with the draining will allow you to take out human-type zombie enemies much faster while also ensuring your health bar stays on top. You can use this ability as much as you want, even when there are hordes of enemies.
Takes Damage In Water
This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise given Rayne’s Dhampir form. Since Rayne is actually half-human, half-vampire, she won’t completely die in the water, but she will take damage over time. The expansion stages are especially tough as you have to navigate through the swampy area of Louisiana.
Rayne can spend a considerable amount of time in the water but she will eventually die if left out for too long, especially if other enemies are attacking. Your best bet is to stay on high ground while making sure your jumps and kicks jump to the safety of dry land.