Vampire The Masquerade battle royale game REVEALED: Release date, trailer and more news

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With lots of new games on the horizon, it's kind of hard to keep up with them all.

On top of the big names coming, there are some very exciting smaller games and medium games and basically games of all sizes too.

One of the biggest upcoming cult games is Vampire: The Masquerade 2.

It turns out that's not the only game in that universe we're getting though, and there's actually going to be a battle royale game too.

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Vampire: the Masquerade battle royale mode trailer

The website reads "Experience the next thrilling evolution of Battle Royale multiplayer action games set in the cult classic Vampire: The Masquerade universe where vampire sects are at war across the streets and rooftops of Prague."

"Choose your playstyle, go solo or together, battling rivals and the hostile Entity who’s hellbent on exterminating all vampires. Use your supernatural powers, weapons and blood to become stronger in order to hunt, fight and survive the night."

While there's not a full trailer for it, we do have a teaser:

It's a cool concept, and the trailer certainly is pretty. What else do we know about it though?

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Vampire: the Masquerade battle royale mode release date

While the company are no doubt focussing on the proper sequel, it seems they're putting a few people on this game as well.

The current release window for the Vampire: The Masquerade battle royale game is the latter half of 2021.

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Vampire: the Masquerade battle royale mode price

There's no word on price yet.

While there are a lot of free-to-play battle royale games, it could be that this enters the battlefield as another one with a price tag.

We'll have to wait and see if there's any more information as the game develops.

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