Dance with me next year, it seems. Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, the sequel to cult hit first-person RPG, will not be released this year as the game is delayed to 2021.
“Due to the quality bar and ambitions we have set for ourselves, we made the difficult decision that we need more time,” the statement reads.
“This means that our goal to release in 2020 is no longer possible. Moving launch is one of the changes we are making to ensure the best player experience possible.”
Bloodlines 2 was slowly revealed with an ARG last year, culminating with a reveal event held during GDC 2019. This is the first game by new developer Hardsuit Labs.
Paradox’s big launch this year will now be Crusader Kings III, the sequel to the popular grand-strategy game about playing as royalty and killing siblings, fornicating with whoever you fancy and fabricating claims. That’s coming out next month.