Despite the delays, Vampire: The Maquerade — Bloodlines 2 remains "in active development" and has not been canceled by publisher Paradox.

The information was shared by the company's CEO himself and confirmed that the game is "in good hands", even without a publicly named studio.

In response to an internet user on Twitter, Fredrik Wester insisted on reinforcing the current state of the Bloodlines sequel.

The executive stated that from time to time he receives questions about the progress of the project, but he will only respond concretely when he has something to show.

Scheduled for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC, Vampire: The Maquerade — Bloodlines 2 has been going on for just over a year without any major news. Amid controversy, the most recent delay cost Hardsuit Labs' resignation as developer, in a sharp turn with mass layoffs.

Now, the CEO of Paradox assures that the RPG is “in good hands”. According to him, “we look forward to showing more when the team and the game are ready”. Therefore, it remains to wait for new information about the project.


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