“Vampire: Masquerade-Lineage 2” has been postponed until 2021. Developer Hardsuit Labs no longer leads the development of the game. This news was disclosed in the 2020 year-end report of publisher Paradox Interactive. Paradox revealed that it has “started working with new studio partners to complete the game’s work.” Paradox stated in a statement posted on its Bloodlines 2 Twitter account that in order to satisfy its gaming ambitions, the publisher concluded: ” It needs to be changed, so more development time is needed.”
Paradox thanks Hardsuit Labs for their work on games so far. “The studio has done a great job laying the foundation for the game, and we hope your community can also thank them for their contribution to Bloodlines 2.”
; The year-end report indicated that the studio will “finish” the game’s work, which means it seems Not all of the development restarts.
Bloodlines 2 was initially scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2020, but it was postponed until later in the year, and then officially postponed to 2021 in August 2020. The narrative director and creative director unexpectedly exited the project. The game’s senior narrative designer left shortly in October.
Due to the development reorganization, the publisher could not determine the release date of the game, so Paradox also decided to stop pre-ordering “Bloodline 2”. “We will inform you of the future development as soon as possible. The statement said: “The Bloodlines 2 development team will look like this. “As the project develops under a new, unannounced studio, we are sure to let you know more about the fate of the game.
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