The Vampire: The Masquerade battle royale game, Bloodhunt, has been delayed. Developer Sharkmob has announced that, following the early release testing phase, it has decided to take more time to get the game in better shape and release it in 2022. It was previously planned to launch across PC and PlayStation 5 later in 2021.
In a blog post, Sharkmob said more than 2 million people created accounts for the Early Access period and racked up more than 26 million kills. Based on feedback from the testing phase, Sharkmob said it needs to “work harder to meet the high standards that both we as developers and you the players expect.” The studio added: “Based on key learnings from this early season, we have decided to take the time needed to address the valuable feedback we have received and postpone the release until early 2022.”
Servers for the Early Access period to close on November 22. Ahead of that, Sharkmob has stopped selling in-game tokens. The studio also clarified that everyone who plays Bloodhunt in Early Access before November 22 will receive access to upcoming invite-only tests before launch.
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Author: Eddie Makuch