Paradox has posted a collection of teasers which might be more likely to level in direction of their upcoming Vampire: The Masquerade game. The pictures, which you’ll be able to take a look at additional down this text, appear to point out off areas seen all through the RPG collection.
The photos (by way of PCGamer) had been all posted as in the event that they associated to Tender, a Vampire-themed ARG masquerading as a dating app. They appear to point out areas like The Ocean House Hotel, the Nosferatu Warrens, and the Surfside Diner, all whereas referring to soulmates, and pointing again to that courting web site, Tender.
The ARG launched final month, and was our first trace that an official venture was within the works. It appears, nonetheless, that we’re more likely to get some extra concrete affirmation later this week. GDC takes place in California over the subsequent few days, and the third tweet in that thread asks “is it the 21st already?” That pertains to the Tender launch party, which is going on in San Francisco this week, and can be livestreamed on Twitch.
It doesn’t take a genius to grasp that that’s in all probability a entrance for a game announcement, which means we’re more likely to get our first take a look at no matter Paradox is engaged on fairly quickly.
We know there’s something large occurring on the 21st – however what? Will we lastly get our soulmate? What does all of it imply?
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— Paradox Interactive (@PdxInteractive) March 17, 2019
Vampire: The Masquerade has been by many alternative iterations through the years, and whereas Bloodlines may its most well-known outing within the videogame world, it’s trying like a more moderen pen and paper model could possibly be the setting for the brand new game.
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While there’s no launch date in sight, we will be pretty positive that Paradox is dealing with the brand new game itself. Former developer White Wolf was introduced in-house after a latest controversy over a latest tabletop launch, which means the brand new VTM game is more likely to be a first-party launch.
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