11/12/2022 at 4:15 p.m. by Jusuf Hatic – Will the wait for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 soon be over? The publisher Paradox Interactive does not rule out at least a release next year.
For a long time it was quiet about the role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, which was announced for 2020. Publisher Paradox Interactive gave the last water level in February 2021 – at that time it was announced that the responsible development studio Hardsuit Labs was relieved of its tasks and the release date has been postponed indefinitely.
Now the hopes for an early release of Vampire Bloodlines 2 have received new fuel: In an interview with the Swedish portal Privata Affarer, Fredrik Wester, CEO of Paradox Interactive, commented on a potential announcement of the long-awaited role-playing game. As a result, the release date should be set “relatively soon”.
A release of Vampire Bloodlines 2 is “not absolutely impossible”, as Wester continues. Although the role-playing game’s release delays have come under pressure, they have always emphasized that Paradox will not announce any release dates unless they are absolutely certain. After all, Paradox Interactive had a busy fall schedule with the release of Victoria 3 last week and the upcoming Shattered Hope DLC for Surviving the Aftermath – but the pipeline is now looking a lot thinner.
In general, a total of 15 unannounced game releases can be found in this pipeline, including Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 (buy now €57.42). According to Privata Affarer, neither mobile phone games nor games from the subsidiary Paradox Arc should be included. So far, the company has planned an average of two to three game releases per year. According to Wester, this number could potentially be slightly increased, although the Paradox boss warns against misleading hype – game development is not an exact science in which one can concretely predict such numbers.
Those: Private Affarer