Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 Has Been Delayed Until 2021, Again
If you have played The Masquerade – Bloodlines (2004), you have most probably become a fan right away. And if you are a fan of the classic vamp game, then you must have been waiting for the sequel for the last 15 years or so, like all of us. Not to disappoint you again, but the game release has been delayed from another year.
The developers, in the faces of Hardsuit Labs and Paradox Interactive, have recently posted the news on their official Twitter account. Andy Kipling and Jakob Munthe claim that the company’s priority has always been to deliver the best user experience regardless of time frames. Referring to their high ambitions and great expectations, they have announced that the game release has to be postponed to ensure both.
Unlike the previously promised release date aiming at the end of 2020, the current expectations fall onto early or mid-2021. Also, the developers acknowledge the uneasy decision they had to make and state that other possible options have been reviewed, though found inadequate. They are fascinated with the patience the fans have expressed in the last 16 years and ask for a little more. Though it’s already been more than a decade that we are waiting for The Masquerade’s sequel, the fans aren’t surprised or disappointed. Most of the feedback has been rather positive, testifying that the classic Seattle-based RPG has a strong fandom to withstand any difficulty.
We’re Almost There!
The fans know what a priceless gem the original 2004 game was and are willing to stand by for a little longer. All these sacrifices are to let the developers unleash their full ingenuity and create a product that is to become an immortal classic for generations to come.