After a delay late in 2020, Bloodlines 2 was anticipated to launch in 2021 as growth targeted on sharpening. In its latest earnings release, nonetheless, Paradox has introduced that the sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade will not be releasing in 2021 in any respect, and that lead developer Hardsuit Labs are not concerned with the challenge.
As a part of an announcement on the change, Paradox CEO Ebba Ljungerud says the laborious choice was made to make sure the sport lives as much as the standard normal followers predict.
“We’ve got now chosen to postpone the discharge of the sport additional, and we is not going to be launching the sport in 2021,” the assertion reads. “We’ve got additionally determined that Hardsuit Labs will not be main the event of Bloodlines 2, and we now have began a collaboration with a brand new studio accomplice to complete work on the sport. This has been a tough choice, however we’re satisfied that it’s the proper method ahead to do the sport justice.”
In a separate message regarding the delay on the sport’s official web site, it has additionally been confirmed that preorders are being halted till a brand new launch date has been agreed upon.
That is the most recent in an extended line of growth points for Bloodlines 2, which has lost numerous writers and creative directors over the previous few months. Changing the lead studio is probably the most drastic change to have an effect on the challenge but and would possibly result in an prolonged delay or drastically totally different artistic objective.
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