Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 Now Scheduled For Fall 2024

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Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines is a horror RPG from 2004 that immerses players in the sinister vampire realm of contemporary Los Angeles. Its sequel, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, has just received an exciting update.

Previously, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 was planned for a release long before 2023, but the game was delayed indefinitely due to several development issues.

However, developer The Chinese Room has taken over the project now, and Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is set to be released in Fall 2024.

Why it matters: The long and unexpected delay to the game had left fans feeling disappointed, but the latest update about the project has been positively received.

The Chinese Room has released a video on the game’s development, confirming that it will be released in 2024. A full gameplay reveal is also set for just a few months from now, in January 2024 

The Chinese Room has previously led projects like Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture. Following such games, the developer has gained a reputation for deeply engaging and atmospheric games with a focus on story-telling.

This made the developer a suitable choice for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, and the studio describes its rendition as powerful, dark, violent, and visceral, characteristics fitting for a vampire-themed RPG.

Following the announcement, Sean Greaney from Paradox Interactive elaborated that The Chinese Room has shown a lot of passion and respect for the source material, making it a great fit for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2.

With its reputation for crafting exceptional storylines, the studio is committed to delivering captivating narratives in the haunting world of Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines, allowing players to take the role of an Elder vampire.

The game will be headed to PC, PS5, and the Xbox Series S|X, with more details coming early next year.

This announcement marks an exciting turn for fans anticipating a sequel to the nearly two-decades-old RPG, bringing a fresh approach from a capable development studio.

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Bawal Zehri
Bawal Zehri
Bawal is an MBBS student by day and a gaming journalist by night. He has been gaming since childhood, growing fond of the creativity and innovation of the industry. His career as a gaming journalist started one year ago, and his journey has allowed him to write reviews, previews, and features for various sites. Bawal has also been cited in reputed websites such as Screenrant, PCGamesN, WCCFTech, GamesRadar, and more.

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