Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 has risen from the dead with a refund offer and a batch of new screenshots.
and message to fanspublisher Paradox has admitted that it’s been a while since the last update to the long-awaited but problematic role-playing game.
The sequel to developer Troika Games’ much-loved 2004 cult classic RPG was announced four years ago and was once scheduled for a 2020 release. However, the game was significantly delayed and the developer’s Hardsuit Labs got into a lot of high-level trouble. Profile ends.
In 2021, Paradox admitted to nearly canceling the project after abandoning Hardsuit Labs, delaying the game indefinitely, and canceling new pre-orders.
Well, Paradox has announced that it will reveal more of Bloodlines 2 this September, but in the meantime they will be offering refunds to those who pre-ordered any edition of the game. We are actively offering refunds for all pre-orders of physical products, including Collector’s Editions, and digital versions of First Blood, Unsanctioned, and Blood Moon Editions upon request. Refundable.
“We know that many of you pre-ordered Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodline 2 a long time ago,” Paradox explained of the refund decision.
“We will continue to update game editions and bonus content as development progresses.
To help fans get through September, Paradox has released new post-alpha in-game screenshots below.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodline 2 Screenshots June 2023
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