In recent days, Paradox has sprinkled numerous clues that promise more, sometimes less subtle, continuation of the Vampire The Masquerade series. Their so far last part of Redemption is usually high on RPG hitlists. The unveiling of the game is scheduled for March 21st.
To point out the announcement, Paradox has created the dating platform “Tender” as part of an Alternate Reality game, in which dates are said to be arranged by participants' blood type. The message of “Tender CEO” Malcolm Chandler, who coincidentally bears the same name as the author of the book “Vampire Brides from Planet Hell”, set a clear signal. The text published by Pardox's Twitter account is peppered with numerous terms from the Vampire universe.
That now a new video game is created, can be safely accepted. Firstly, Paradox had announced new releases after the acquisition of the trademark rights, secondly shows a Tender video clip the Santa Monica Pier, which plays an important role in the last vampire game.
– Paradox Interactive (@PdxInteractive) February 23, 2019
The hashtag #tenderbeta leads on Twitter for more information. The website “Trust no More”, for example, is dedicated to the “Tender Cases” and promises to reveal the dark secrets of the platform. It will go to experiments to control the mind, which roughly outlines the story frame – the Tender project is a bad world domination project.
In addition, an overview of zombie animals and fungi reveals the developer. Paradox acquired shares in Seattle Labs from Seattle last year, including parts of the zombie shooter Killing Floor 2. Beyond the Seattle location point beyond Pictures on tender, The Hardsuit Labs fit perfectly into the puzzle – especially since they have been working for some time on a game for Paradox. Which it is, is now clear.
The game will be unveiled on March 21 in San Francisco. The date that the Tender Memo for the “biggest announcement in the history of my company“Is hardly coincidentally parallel to the Game Developers Conference, which also takes place in San Francisco.