A relationship app printed through Paradox could be the first trace at a new Vampire: The Masquerades – Bloodlines challenge. A new ‘dating app’, Tender, has gave the impression over the weekend, and there’s lots of clues pointing in opposition to the cult vampire sport.
Tender is a very creepy tackle the relationship app sport, full of too many references to souls, photos of clowns, and blood-type listings to be even remotely alluring. On most sensible of that, Rock, Paper, Shotgun stories metadata about grabbing “a late night bite,” and references to “demonology.”
Digging deeper, RPS discovered proof of paintings from Canadian developer Alice & Smith, who specialize in ARGs, and a very creepy video which leans into some occult subject matters greater than the rest that’s pretending to be a Tinder knock-off must. I wouldn’t say that any of this is concrete proof of a new Vampire: The Masquerade challenge on its own, however whilst you imagine all of it along details about the proprietor of the IP, the ones clues come in combination to indicate in the course of a new sport.
Traditionally referred to as a technique writer, again in November, Paradox purchased Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines writer White Wolf from Eve Online developer CCP in 2015. In November, Paradox introduced that White Wolf would “no longer function as a separate entity,” integrating the corporate immediately into the Paradox group.
That transfer used to be the end result of a controversy wherein White Wolf used to be accused of mishandling the oppression of Checnya’s LGBTQ neighborhood inside of one of its board video games. Paradox mentioned that “this has always been the intended goal for White Wolf as a company.”
The ARG is, of direction, nonetheless in its early levels, however additional info is prone to come to gentle over the subsequent couple of days. Paradox has in the past mentioned that a new vampire sport would be “an obvious choice,” however as for after we would possibly in fact pay attention about it, that’s nonetheless anyone’s bet.