The 2D action game is in development at Californian outfit WayForward. It will be the studio's first PlayStation 3 release.
The game's promising plenty of puzzles, weapons and gore, and is being designed specifically for an "adult audience". They mean 14-year olds, of course.
Its been a long time since Rayne captivated players with her bold mix of brutality and beauty, and fans have been hounding us to release another BloodRayne installment, said Jesse Sutton, CEO of Majesco Entertainment.
We are excited to once again partner with the creative and committed team at WayForward to bring Rayne back. BloodRayne: Betrayal delivers the action-packed experience franchise fans have been waiting for in a digital format thats also accessible for new players unfamiliar with Raynes over-the-top, stylized gameplay.
We're still waiting on assets and trailers, but there's a teaser site online here.