When it comes to Vampire: The Masquerade, many people first think of an RPG like the upcoming Bloodlines 2. After all, the template is also a pen & paper RPG. The Sharkmob development studio wants to show that there is more to this brand. A Battle Royale shooter is in the works.
In the game, the vampire clans are engaged in a relentless war that is waged on the streets of Prague. You slip into the role of a bloodsucker and fight hot battles that also lead you to the roofs of the houses. But you don't just get to deal with other vampires. Prague is haunted by mighty beasts who want to make your undead life hell too. You use both weapons you find in the streets and your supernatural vampire skills to be the last vampire to emerge from the fight. During combat it is necessary to drink blood in order to use your skills effectively.
The battle royale shooter is created with the Unreal engine and is expected to appear in the second half of 2021. "It's no secret that we love action-packed, social online experiences – so it's safe to say that our games contain such elements," said the game's developers. The game does not yet have an official title. In addition, it has not yet been announced for which platforms it will appear. We assume it will be released for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X / S. A first trailer gets you in the mood for the fighting.
Further details on the Vampire Battle Royale are to be announced in the coming months.
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