Back in 2015, Paradox Interactive acquired the White Wolf license from CCP Games, who had decided to channel their energy into EVE Online. This gave Paradox the rights to the cult classic RPG, Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines. It was an exciting time for fans, as it had been 14 years since the original entry released.
In March 2019 Paradox finally revealed what they had been doing with the license, releasing a teaser trailer for the long-awaited sequel, Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2.
The 2020 release window is vague, and gives Paradox plenty of wiggle room. However, Rachel Leiker and Brian Mitsoda revealed that fans will be able to get their hands on a playable demo at October’s PDXCon!
While we don’t know much about the game yet, Paradox have been drip feeding us information. The campaign is estimated to have a playtime of around 25-30 hours, and you can choose between several factions. Furthermore, the game won’t be quite as linear as the first title, and will support ray tracing, DLSS and mods.
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