Pharad wrote:Just how big was the game way back in the day? Honestly, I've never heard of the original and now I see this announcement popping up everywhere, here's just one more example out of hundreds out there : https://www.eneba.com/blog/finally-vamp ... g-in-2020/
NovusBogus wrote:I wonder if Paradox will be able to break the curse.
Chrispy_ wrote:Why do people pre-order? There's rarely any incentive at all, and if there *is* an incentive it's usually freemium/mtx rubbish that only serves to make the whole thing worse overall anyway.
They're not going to run out of stock! There is no need to reserve your copy!
Andy Kipling and Brian Mitsoda wrote:For the last three and a half years, we’ve worked hard to bring you a worthy successor to Bloodlines 1. To us, that meant not only making good on the ambitions of this remarkable game, but also a duty to ensure we would not repeat its mistakes. Today, we have to tell you that we need some more time to get you the game you’ve been waiting for. Although Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 will still launch in 2020, we have decided to value quality over making the Q1 launch window.