Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 delayed indefinitely – Gamesradar

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 has been postponed indefinitely while developer Hardsuit Labs will no longer be the lead designer on the game.Publisher Paradox Interactive shared the news on its official website and by means of Twitter, including that Hardsuit Labs will no longer be “leading the development”, however providing no description regarding why this is now taking place.

While it is presently uncertain if Hardsuit Labs is completely leaving the job, Bloodlines 2 is now going to be dealt with by a different studio. This indicates that not only has the game’s prepared 2021 release date been scrapped, but Paradox has also stopped accepting pre-orders for the video game.

“As you have seen, we’ve been keeping pretty peaceful for a while. With this in mind, the very first piece of news we have for you is to validate that Bloodlines 2 is still in development,” Paradox Interactive explained.If the statement is

anything to go by, it sounds as though whatever has actually taken place with Hardsuit Labs is amicable, as Paradox notes” we ‘d like to take this chance to honor Hardsuit Labs for their efforts and thank them for their effort on the task”.” The studio has actually done a remarkable job in laying the foundations for the video game and we hope that you, the community, will also value their contribution to Bloodlines 2″, the declaration reads.Paradox ends by saying that it is”glad for your constant support throughout the

game’s advancement”which it wishes to share more with the community about the title soon.Vampire: The Masquerade -Bloodlines 2 was revealed back in 2019 and slated for release in 2020 on PS4, Xbox One, PC with versions for the PS5 and Xbox Series X coming as well. Just last year, the game was struck with the release and a hold-up date was pressed back to 2021. Now, it appears, there is no release date at all, leaving fans in the dark about when they will finally get an opportunity to play the much-anticipated sequel. For more on the titles you can play this year, have a look at our new video games 2021 guide.

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