An excellent feature of the RPG Code Vein is that players can design their own characters. Some of the best characters we’ve ever designed.
Developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment, Code Vein is a new action RPG. The gameplay is heavily influenced by the Dark Souls series, hence the moniker “Souls” for the game. In Code Vein, monsters begin to appear in the world, turning the planet into a post-apocalyptic dystopia. Humanity came up with a means to convert the dead into Revenants in order to combat these creatures. Players were able to test out a dungeon and personalize their character in the game’s demo, which was published on September 3.
Players of the game enjoy the game’s character customization capabilities, which allow them to create practically any look they can imagine with the wide range of options available. r/fashionvein, for example, has become a popular place for people to display their character designs. There are a plethora of excellent options available. Custom characters made in Code Vein can be found here.
Meg Pelliccio’s most recent update was on June 8th, 2020. Over a million copies of Code Vein have been sold since it was published last year. Since its initial release, three downloadable content packs (DLC) have been released, and the post-apocalyptic-themed game continues to be popular.
Code Vein’s character creation procedure may be the most comprehensive and thorough of any game to date, allowing players to build any character they like. There are some players that use this excellent ability to faithfully duplicate their favorite characters from other games, while others choose to play as someone they’ve never met in-game. Take a look at these fantastic examples below!
15. Cloud – Final Fantasy 7
There are bound to be some Code Vein players who are eager to add a little Midgar flavor to their game in light of the recent release of Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Thanks to YouTube user Axiom, you can learn how to make Cloud Strife a custom character in Code Vein. Including his spiked pauldron and a similar-looking top, this model is very accurate. Check out this user’s previous videos if you’re looking for more Final Fantasy-inspired Code Vein characters.
14. Makoto/Queen – Persona 5
Persona 5 Royal, which was a re-release of the original and contained a slew of additional content, including a new character, new personalities, new foes, and more, is still a big hit with gamers. Makoto, commonly known as Queen, is one of the characters in the game.
For Code Vein’s Phantom Thieves member, Twitter user HereShoo has managed to replicate some of the tiny elements, such as her shoulder spikes and scarf.
13. 2B – NieR: Automata
PlatinumGames’ 2017 action-RPG NieR: Automata was well-received by both fans and critics. 2B, the show’s protagonist, has become a cult favorite among anime fans, with many dressing up as her or creating fan art depicting her.
Android creator Zypl0x XD has used Code Vein to construct everyone’s favorite android. There are a few different Code Vein fan-made 2Bs available, but this one stands out for the attention to detail in the sleeve design and the overall gothic aesthetic it conveys.
12. Squidward – Spongebob Squarepants
It’s unlikely that Squidward from Spongebob Squarepants sprang to mind when you were thinking of an action role-playing video game. However, owing to Xephynn’s amazing design, he can now be your next RPG hero.
If you’re prone to nightmares because of the unsettling look on Squidward’s face, don’t worry; he’s ready to assist you in Code Vein.
11. Kakashi – Naruto
It’s no surprise that Code Vein has been utilized by gamers to recreate some of their favorite Naruto characters, such as Hatake Kakashi, from the popular anime and manga genre.
CommanderShockx’s rendition of the Sharingan Eye, complete with scar, is exceptionally well done. It’s a pity the leaf emblem can’t be added on his forehead protector. When Naruto, Sakura, and Sasuke learned to become ninjas, Kakashi stepped in as their teacher.
10. Winter Schnee – RWBY
The Remnant is the setting for the Rooster Teeth animated series RWBY. Grimm are the scourge of Remnant. The Grimm can only be defeated by fighters known as Huntsmen and Huntresses, who are raised from infancy to defend Remnant’s world.
Ruby, Weiss, Blake, and Yang are a teenage Huntresses team, with the initials of their names constituting the series’ title and their team name. Though only briefly introduced, Winter is Weiss’ older sister. Despite her cold look, she is shown to be a compassionate and supportive Huntress for her younger sibling. LeMasterChef12345 is the artist behind her one-of-a-kind character design.
9. Archer – Fate/Stay Night
Type-Moon, makers of the Melty Bloodgame series, began Fate/Stay Night as a visual novel game. Shirou Emiya, a high school student, is a mage who enters a deadly competition known as the Fifth Holy Grail War, where she competes against other magical students. To enter the tournament, participants are required to use magic to summon legendary heroes from history, known as Servants, in a combat to the death. In Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, Archer is one of the most important Servants.
While throughout the series, Archer uses a bow and arrow as his primary weapon, this is not the case in Code Vein. But LenzPrime’s recreation of him as a custom character is still a lot of fun!
8. Male Byleth – Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Byleth from Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the inspiration for this custom character by Cylent-Night. Fódlan, a land divided by three opposing nations, is the setting for this tactical RPG. When Byleth rescues three pupils from the Officers Academy of Garreg Mach Monastery, he is accepted as an instructor there.
School’s three houses and successors to thrones of three opposing nations turn out to be pupils. When taking on the role of a Byleth player, you must first decide which house you want to lead: Black Eagles, Blue Lions, or Golden Deer.
7. Eliza – Tekken 7
Because she is a vampire, Para-Less’ Eliza is a perfect fit for Code Vein’s concept. In Tekken 7, she makes her canonical debut after previously appearing as an unlockable character in Tekken Revolution. She’s one of the series’ more recent additions. The only thing we know about her is that she’s a vampire that’s been around for more than a thousand years. She ended up sleeping for 600 years by accident. Due to her inability to control her sleeping patterns, it was a major factor in why she slept for so long.
To restore her powers, she believes that the blood of a person with a strong spiritual force can help.
6. Ulquiorra Cifer – Bleach
The anime character Ulquiorra Cifer is the inspiration for LordTubson’s custom Code Vein persona. Ichigo Kurasaki, a high school student, becomes a “Soul Reaper,” a person who fights against Hollows, a type of monster. In the Arrancar Act, Ulquiorra makes his first appearance as an Arrancar, a form of Hollow.
Hollows, like Soul Reapers, are known as Arrancars, and Ulquiorra is one of the most powerful Arrancars. He’s a member of the Espada, a Hollow army led by Aizen. If you’re curious about how LordTubson constructed his mask, you can check out the link above for a step-by-step tutorial.
5. Zero Suit Samus – Metroid Series
Samus initially appeared in Metroid in the late 1980s. In an unexpected twist, Samus was revealed to be female, and she has since become a video game icon and one of the earliest female protagonists. Despite the fact that she is recognized for her Power Suit, Samus wore the Zero Suit in Metroid: Zero Mission when her Power Suit malfunctioned.
Zero Suit Samus looks fantastic in Chaloucla’s interpretation, which includes the light stripe down her chest. There is a video lesson on how to build Zero Suit Samus in the link provided above, although Chaloucla warns that this character is not playable with all of her accessories due to the game’s cost limit.
4. Harley Quinn – Suicide Squad
As a DC Comics character, Harley Quinn is one of the most popular females. Her journey has taken her from being a Joker’s sidekick to a DC femme fatale like Poison Ivy and Catwoman, to being a hero in her own right and even gaining the trust of Batman. As a result of Margo Robbie’s portrayal of her in the film Suicide Squad, she’s never been more popular.
Designed after the Suicide Squad Harley Quinn, Kyuubi87’s custom character is as adorable as you’d imagine. You may also get a video instruction on how to make Kyuuni87 by clicking on the link provided above.
3. Claude – Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Code Vein’s Claude is based on Darth Mawile’s rendering of the Golden Deers from Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Amazingly, it looks like the leader of the Golden Deer before the time jump. Clause has the most laid-back demeanor of the three main protagonists.
On the other hand, his deep intelligence makes him an excellent tactician, and it’s for this reason that others are wary of him. It would be great if Darth Mawile will consider having Claude post time skip as well!
2. Sora – Kingdom Hearts 3
The “Dark Seeker” saga, which began in the first game with Kingdom Hearts, comes to a close in Kingdom Hearts 3. Along with Goofy and Donald Duck, Sora returns to be the game’s protagonist. For the sake of Sora’s ability to heal the hearts of those he has lost, they go to other worlds. The character of Sora has grown to be one of the most well-known in both the series and the history of video games in general.
His crown of gold is an excellent addition to the Code Vein version of Sora from Kingdom Hearts 3 by JoeSuong.
1. Link – Legend Of Zelda Series
JohnnySkwisgaar created this amazing Link custom character for Code Vein. Since the first Legend of Zelda game was released in 1986, Link has been the series’ main protagonist. Between the games in the series, Link is shown to be a variety of ages, although he is always a Hylian and hails from the realm of Hyrule. Legendary warrior Link’s soul is reincarnated to fight against the forces of darkness, according to the in-game story.
In most of his encounters with Ganon, he must rescue Princess Zelda so that the two can work together to destroy Ganon. JohnnySkwisgaar says it took him around two hours to produce Link’s cap, which he assembled from various components.