Paradox Interactive and Hardsuit Labs have decided to attend Microsoft's latest Inside Xbox dedicated to a new generation of consoles with a new trailer dedicated to their highly anticipated game & # 39; Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 & # 39;
The gameplay taken directly from the Xbox Series X has shown what the game will look like on Microsoft's new console and the fact that an RPG for sale later this year will allow us to explore the city of Seattle as never before. it is possible.
Its developers have revealed that & # 39; Vampire: Masquerade Bloodlines 2 & # 39; s going to be another first game to use Xbox Series X resources, which means it will have 4K resolution and 120 FPS. Another data revealed by developers within the Inside Xbox framework is that in the event that any user receives an Xbox One version of the game and enjoys it on the Xbox Series X, they can do so with the benefits of a new console, an unknown feature. expected. One of the biggest benefits will be lighting, which will allow us to get a better look at the bloody crimes we will be doing in the adventure.
Vampires will rule in Seattle
As for the same release date, it is known that & # 39; Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 & # 39; will go on sale later this year, but not yet an official release date. What we are sure is that the title will arrive sooner than expected because the current remote working situation prevents the expected times to be met before the onset of the coronavirus epidemic.
Here is a new gameplay trailer for & # 39; Vampire: Masquerade Bloodlines 2 & # 39; s featured on Microsoft & # 39; s Inside Xbox. This Paradox Interactive title will be sold by PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC on an unprecedented 2020.