Prepare to adventure back into the famed ‘World of Darkness’ in ‘Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2’ which is set to release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2020.
It seems that our times with fan-patched experiences is almost over as Hardsuit Labs and Paradox Interactive, the team(s) behind the upcoming Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines sequel is ready to take the reigns on the experiences Troika Games offered just fifteen years ago on PC and Mac.
It’s following up on a recent ordeal, which has seemed to become a tradition, of breathing new life into franchises that had once seemed to rest in peace and left at the hands of the fanbase to keep alive. Much like Blizzard’s Diablo, which was just re-released on GoG, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines is seeing a revival in recent years, but now, with a brand new game, which is set to launch as a PC and console-friendly title.
The game was initially teased as a part of an ARG title, which brought in a select group of people who were flown out for the press reveal in San Franciso last week. During the reveal, they learned that players are blurring the lines between the world of vampirism and what is left of their humanity in itself as they explore ‘The World of Darkness’ and a vampire-filled Seatle (also a place where some of the best music came to life, just ask Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains).
Players will take on the task of action RPG elements while making critical decisions through dialogue choices, choosing alliances with vampire factions, and even putting you at the reigns of a political underworld where no one will have your back and everyone is out for the blood of one another.
The team(s) have confirmed that pre-order content, a deluxe edition, and a premium edition will be available on release and can be obtained starting today. The premium edition will feature two story content packs, a full game expansion, and even some nifty little digital goodies for you to get your hands on.
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