If you played games during the 2000s you’ve most likely heard of Bloodrayne. The action-adventure title was a hit and the protagonist Rayne was a short-lived popular culture figure. The games even had a movie based on the series release, to negative reception. Since 2011 the franchise went dormant until now. With Ziggurat Interactive purchasing the license along with several Majesco IPs. In a press release, it was confirmed Ziggurat now owns the license, along with several others from Majesco, and is working with Terminal Reality to improve the PC version and developing new projects into the universe. “BloodRayne is a beloved franchise with a huge fan base and we’re extremely appreciative of the opportunity to be stewards for this fantastic series,” said Ziggurat Interactive’s President, Wade Rosen. “Players the world over fondly remember titles like BloodRayne and Advent Rising and having the opportunity to not only bring these games to a new audience but to expand their universes is something we take seriously.” It’s likely we will see a remastered version of the core games. Similar to how THQ Nordic remasters their newly acquired IPs to gauge popularity. It’ll definitely be difficult for Rayne to gain traction among so many other competitors but you never know.