The long-awaited sequel to the blood-trading vampire game in Seatle will arrive in 2020 with Linux support.
Paradox Interactive recently announced the sequel to its famous RPG, Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines, which was released in 2004 and was a smash hit at the time. The game used the same engine as Half-Life 2, Source Engine, which was developed today by Valve but is now Source Engine 2. This first game was made by the now defunct Troika Games and distributed by Activision. You can still buy it via Steam. And your ProtonDB rating is between Gold and Platinum.
The sequel brings the following plot to the game:
Raised in an act of vampy terrorism, its existence fuels the war for the Seattle blood trade domain. Engage in uncomfortable alliances with creatures that control the city and unmask the conspiracy that plunged Seattle into a bloody civil war between powerful vampire faces.
Become a Supreme Vampire
Immerse yourself in the World of Darkness and live your vampratic fantasy in a city full of intriguing characters who react to your choices. You and your unique disciplines are a weapon in our progressive, fast, melee-focused combat system. Your power may grow as you advance, but remember to respect the Mask and protect your humanity … or face the consequences.
And according to information from SteamDB (updated 27th of this month, Maro), as well as ProtonDB, the game will have a native version for Linux, as well as a version for MacOs and Windows. As we can see in the image below. Minimal and recommended configurations have not yet been made available by either Hardsuit Labs or Paradox Interactive. The staff of the linuxgameconsortium site contacted the companies to confirm support for Linux, but until the close of this edition had no answers. The game is still on sale and for now only for Windows, everything is normal until then. It is costing an average of $ 60 or $ 110 at the current quote. It is also expected to be released on March 31, 2020. You can order it via Steam.
Now wait and see if on launch day, the game will cover all 3 platforms (Linux, MacOs and Windows), besides the consoles, or if there will be any delay in launching compared to Windows. But this is already an important step for linux gamers, who will already have a great game on release.
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