Fast-Paced Battle Royale Bloodhunt Releases Today For PS5 And PC

Sharkmob has also teamed up with NVIDIA to bring Bloodhunt to the GeForce Now service

Anthony Jones
By Anthony Jones, News Editor April 27, 2022
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Bloodhunt Release

Following the exciting news we received about Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt going gold last week, Sharkmob AB has finally released their free-to-play Battle Royale on PlayStation 5 and PC platforms, such as Steam, and it's streaming via GeForce NOW. Alongside the launch, players can pick up the Season 1 Battle Pass on April 29, featuring over 100 items like XP Boosts and Tokens.

After a successful Early Access in 2021, players can jump back into this bloodthirsty third-person action shooter and conquer the streets of Prague as a vampire. You'll be armed, to the teeth, with supernatural powers, weapons, and your own wits as you duke it out with other players. There are up to 13 supported languages for the game, from English to Japanese to Portuguese, and players can choose a Clan to pledge their allegiance to that aligns with how you want to define your playstyle.

If you need a bit of a push or want further customization, the Season 1 Battle Pass for Bloodhunt will offer XP Boosts and Tokens that players can use to personalize their characters to the smallest detail. The Battle Pass will be priced around $9.99 when available.

Another surprising addition to the release was the Sharkmob AB and NVIDIA team up, helping to bring Bloodhunt to the GeForce NOW streaming service on PC. The service won't be available right away, but will come after today's game release. Despite what setbacks and unfortunate bugs may riddle the launch of Bloodhunt, CEO Fredrik Rundqvist of Sharkmob shared his excitement for the release:

“We are very proud of finally launching Bloodhunt! The team has done an incredible job and it’s quite a feat to be able to launch a game of this quality as your first studio release.”

Are you planning on trying out Bloodhunt today? Let us know about your experience down below! Whether a PC or PS5 player, you can find more information on Bloodhunt via their website.

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Anthony Jones
Anthony Jones, News Editor
Anthony Jones is a gaming journalist and late 90s kid in love with retro games and the evolution of modern gaming. He started at Mega Visions as a news reporter covering the latest announcements, rumors, and fan-made projects. FFXIV has his heart in the MMORPGs scene, but he's always excited to analyze and lose hours to ambitious and ambiguous MMOs that gamers follow.

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