In 2002, PC fans got a chance to play the first BloodRayne game. It was fairly well received and in 2004, developers decided to release a sequel. The franchise became popular, so Uwe Boll decided to create a movie trilogy based on these games. However, the movies were terrible and essentially killed the franchise. Or so we thought… Now, we got some news about plans to revitalize the franchise and release BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2 remastered versions called Terminal Cut, named after the studio who are developing these versions – Terminal Reality.

Here’s a trailer:

From what we gather, enhanced editions of both original games will be making their way to PC this month and should debut on November 20th on GOG and Steam. The games will support 4K resolutions, improved rendering, upscaled cinematics, and new animations.

It’s also worth pointing out that these new versions will be free to everyone who owns original games, so if you bought BloodRayne or BloodRayne 2 in the past, the upgrade will be free!

If you’ve never played any of the BloodRayne games before, you should know that it’s an interesting action-adventure game where a player controls a half-vampire femme fatale Rayne and is tasked with stopping a madman bent on using occult relics to bring about a new age of domination for the Third Reich… We know that this might sound silly for some, but remember that these games were made 18 years ago, and back then killing mad Nazis was kind of a trend in video games.