For those who remember the 2004 Bloodlines RPG, Paradox Interactive and Hardsuit Labs are ready to release a sequel for it. Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2. The game is expected to come out in 2020, and it will be available on consoles and PCs
The first Bloodlines game told the story of the vampire society that existed underneath modern-day Los Angeles. You play as a new vampire that tries to get accustomed to his new condition while also learning more about the vampire world.
The sequel was supposed to come out earlier, as Troika Games, the original developers, had prepared the concepts for a follow-up. Unfortunately, the sales for Bloodlines weren’t that good, and there were no other projects at that moment, which meant that the studio had to close down.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 to bring the franchise into modern years
The Bloodlines game had a loyal online community all these years, which is one of the main reasons why Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 will exist. The RPG became some sort of underground hit.
The sequel will follow a similar story. The protagonist will start his new life as a vampire. This time, the game is set in Seattle. You are at a vampire meeting that is suddenly attacked. You need to escape quickly, and that’s when the game starts.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 will support DLSS and real-time ray tracing
We know that Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 will have support for DLSS and real-time ray tracing, as it will feature Nvidia’s GeForce RTX.
“We can announce that Nvidia is the official graphics partner for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, meaning that we will work closely with Paradox to integrate real-time ray tracing effects and performance-enhancing DLSS technology, to deliver the best possible experience for PC gamers,” declared Nvidia in a press release.
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