Just over a year since its release on PC and PlayStation 5, bloodsuckingthe free-to-play battle royale game based on the tabletop role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade, has been revealed to be receiving its final update soon.
In a recent announcement, developer and publisher sharemob Revealed that the future development of bloodsucking It will stop due to failure to achieve the critical mass necessary to sustain development. Sharkmob expressed the difficulty of the decision to terminate further development bloodsucking But he stated that the studio would use this experience to develop future games.
Sharkmob shared the following statement on Facebook Official bloodsucking website:
Since launch, we have been on a journey to excite and delight our players, however, while we have an amazing and highly engaged community, we have not been able to reach the critical mass needed to sustain development. This has led us to the decision to halt further development of Bloodhunt.
With that said, the Bloodhunt servers will remain up and running and the game will still be available to play. Our goal is to keep the servers going as long as we have an active player base and community. For those who enjoy the game and want to keep playing, we’ve worked on some workarounds to ensure the game continues to be fun. The in-game player voting system to unlock new stuff will be rolled out regularly and keep Bloodhunt fresh. We’ll be sharing more granular details of how this system works as we get closer to the release of the next update, which will be the last planned patch for Bloodhunt. After this update, patches will only be maintenance related.
bloodsucking It was met with generally positive reviews, with many praising its amazing spin on the Battle Royale genre. However, some criticized the small player base, which made it very difficult for new players to have a chance of success. The game also had issues with hacks and unresolved bugs, which may have contributed to its lack of critical mass.
bloodsuckingIts servers will remain active as long as it has an active player base and community. However, the developer plans to turn off real currency buying Sept. 26. Before this happens, players will be able to earn in-game tokens more easily to continue playing and unlocking cosmetics after this date.
As of now, there is no set release date for it bloodsuckingThe latest update, but it’s possible that it will be available around the same time as last year’s summer update, which was in July. However, fans should expect to share more details soon.