Printed on February 23, 2021
Following two delays and the lack of key members of its writing workforce, Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 has suffered its most important setback but as writer Paradox Interactive has introduced plans to drop Hardsuit Labs as its lead developer, citing “a necessity for change.”
It has additionally confirmed that pre-orders for the sport have quickly been canceled whereas it considers future steps. The writer is, nonetheless, nonetheless insistent that the sport’s growth will proceed and launch as deliberate.
At the moment’s letter reads partly:
“…we’ve got made the arduous resolution that Hardsuit Labs will not be main the event of Bloodlines 2 – which additionally means that we are going to not be releasing in 2021 as beforehand deliberate. Since we can’t right now talk a brand new launch date, we’ve additionally determined to cease accepting pre-orders in the interim.”
The information follows a number of delays and, most lately, the departure of the sport’s two lead writers, Brian Mitsoda and Ka’ai Cluney.
Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 is the long-awaited follow-up to 2004’s cult basic action-RPG. It was first introduced in 2019, however was later delayed on two separate events; most lately, with a tentative launch window of 2021. It stays to be seen as as to whether the sport remains to be capable of ship this 12 months, although it appears unlikely.