As soon as the watch hits midnight, it might be best not to enter 2021 in anticipation of Vampire: Masquerade-Bloodline 2. In a recent statement, publisher Paradox said it was likely to be in the second half of the year before getting the horror game.
The comment comes from Paradox CEO Ebba Ljungerud, who announced the news in a November Swedish press release flagged on Reddit this week. The impetus for a PR explosion is that it looks unlikely in the first half of 2021. There are several reasons to translate with Google Translate. The pandemic is most obvious and wants to reduce wholesale, staff turnover in the gaming industry and optimize it for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, the new console just released.
The entire paradox slate seems to be affected. This includes upcoming games that haven’t been announced yet. If Bloodlines 2 runs in the second half of 2021, after the summer, we will participate in the untitled Vampire: The Masquerade battle royale game released by developer Sharkmob in early November.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong was announced by developer Big Bad Wolf and publisher Nacon at about the same time as Bloodlines 2 in mid-2019 and will be released in 2021. This year will be a bloodthirsty year.
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