Paradox has released a series of teasers likely to announce their upcoming Vampire: The Masquerade. The images, which you can look at later in this article, seem to show places seen in the RPG series.
The images (via PCGamer) were all displayed as if they were about Tender, a vampiric ARG role-playing game posing as a dating app. They seem to show places like Ocean House Hotel, Nosferatu Warrens and Surfside Diner, while referring to soulmates and referring to the Tender dating site.
The ARG was launched last month and it was our first indication that an official project was in preparation. It seems, however, that we will probably have more concrete confirmation later this week. The GDC will run in California over the next few days and the third tweet of this thread asks "Is it already the 21st?" .
It does not take a genius to realize that this is probably a front for a game ad, which means that we will probably have a first glimpse of what Paradox is working on soon.
We know that something important is happening on the 21st – but what? Will we finally have our soulmate? What does all this mean?
Incoming talk – that's what we've discovered so far – you might want to check out https://t.co/1etoJVjF8f and help us find out more? 😉 #tenderbeta pic.twitter.com/q7y1uAWTTK
– Paradox Interactive (@PdxInteractive) March 17, 2019
Vampire: The Masquerade has been the subject of many different iterations over the years. Although Bloodlines is probably its most famous release in the world of video games, it seems that a more recent version, on paper and on paper, could serve as a frame for the new game.
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Even though no release date is in sight, we can be pretty sure that Paradox is handling the new game itself. The former developer White Wolf has been hired internally as a result of a recent controversy over a recent tabletop version, which means that the new VTM game will likely be a full-fledged version .