Vampire: The Masquerade- Bloodlines 2 is the heavily anticipated sequel to the cult classic that originally released in 2004. While we have not seen a ton on the upcoming game, we at least have an idea of when the game will release. Unfortunately, it is going to be a little longer wait than we first thought.
While there were initially plans for the game to release in 2020, the game’s official Twitter has announced it is being delayed into 2021, stating that they have always had the goal to release the best game possible, it seems that things are not quite where they want them to be in the development process.
No details were given if this decision was made in response to bugs or glitches, or any other. With the extra time dedicated to the development, the team obviously thinks it needs more time before release so fans can have a better experience.
If you are new to Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines 2, the game was revealed back in May 2020 during an Xbox event alongside the following trailer.
No further details on the game have been released as of this writing, so if you are searching for a new look at the game, you may be waiting at least a few more months until gameplay is shown off.