Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 drops developer Hardsuit Labs, will no longer launch in 2021


Further delays for nocturnal journey

In a sudden flip of occasions, Paradox Interactive has introduced that its lengthy-delayed RPG Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 will no longer meet its 2021 launch date. In addition the gothic journey – which gave the impression to be lastly almost completion – will no longer be developed by Hardsuit Labs, who’ve been engaged on the title since 2015.

In an announcement posted to Twitter, (which you’ll be able to try under), Paradox assured followers that Bloodlines 2 was nonetheless in growth, however that pre-orders for the present and subsequent-gen launch have been suspended till additional discover. The writer thanked Hardsuit Labs for its “tremendous job in laying the foundations for the game”.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 was put into manufacturing in 2015, following Paradox Interactive’s buy of the White Wolf franchise. Narrative designer Brian Mitsoda and inventive director Ka’ai Cluney have been each launched from the venture “suddenly” in late-2019, earlier than the sequel noticed its first main delay introduced in the summer time of 2020.

The comply with-as much as 2004 PC launch Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines, Bloodlines 2 would see a customized play protagonist change into embroiled in a chaotic fallout in Seattle, after a rogue sect of vampires start slaughtering innocents throughout town, breaking the blood-sucking society’s “Masquerade”. Bloodlines 2 was scheduled to launch this 12 months on PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.






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