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Paradox Boss Doesn’t Expect Vampire: The Masquerade

Paradox bosses don’t expect the troubled Vampire: Masquerade-Bloodline 2 to appear in the first half of 2021.

Ebba Ljungerud, CEO of Paradox, told Swedish financial publication Placera about the next immersive sim: “I don’t think it will happen in the first half of this year, but it will.”

Vampire: Masquerade-Bloodline 2, scheduled for the first quarter of 2020, two times late, is controversial. In June 2020, Paradox confirmed that Chris Avellone, the content designer who contributed to the game, would be removed in response to allegations of sexual assault.

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Vampire: The Masquerade-Bloodlines 2 development team shake-up was suggested in August 2020 when developers Hardsuit and Paradox announced a delay “to ensure the best possible player experience.” It was. The statement also mentions “organizational changes” within the team that will be shared at a later date.

Later that month, lead narrative designer Brian Mizoda and creative director Kaai Clooney were fired from an action RPG project.The former said the hard suit and paradox decision was “shocked” and “believe it.” [he] I didn’t succeed in his role. “

Then, in October 2020, Paradox confirmed that senior narrative designer Cara Ellison had quit the project and ended her partnership with Hardsuit.

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According to Placera’s article, the paradoxical decision to adapt the game to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, as well as staff exits and pandemics, were all sources of delay.

“To develop for the next generation, we need a manufacturer’s development kit. We are confident that both Sony and Microsoft were affected by the pandemic because there weren’t many development kits,” said Ljungerud. As you say.

Paradox has returned Vampire: The Masquerade-Bloodlines 2 to GDC 2019 and confirmed that Martin has checked out. This is a sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade-Bloodlines in 2004, one of the most beloved PC games to date. Hardsuit Labs was formerly known for Blacklight: Retribution.

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