F2P Vampire The Masquerade Battle Royale Bloodhunt Launches On April 27
New PS5 trailer touts haptic feedback and enhanced audio.
After months of betas and teases and teases about betas, Sharkmob's Vampire: The Masquerade battle royale Bloodhunt is finally launching next month, on April 27. The game will be playable on PC and PlayStation 5, and even got a shiny new trailer that touts the game's DualSense controller features and Tempest 3D Audio on the console version.
While the base game is free-to-play, you can pick up the Ultimate Edition for $59.99, which includes a samurai mask and over 100 other character customization options, such as hair styles, make-up, and user icons, as well as 1,000 Tokens. This edition only seems to exist for the PS5 version of the game right now, but we'd be surprised if a similar package didn't pop up for sale on Bloodhunt's Steam page.
Bloodhunt will offer cross-platform play and support for 13 languages at launch. Oddly enough, the language spoken by the natives of Prague -- where the game is set -- isn't among those, but that shouldn't deter you from Czech-ing the game out when it launches in four weeks.
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