‘Vampire: The Masquerade – Reckoning of New York’ Announced for PC, Consoles [Trailer]

‘Vampire: The Masquerade – Reckoning of New York’ Announced for PC, Consoles [Trailer]

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Dear Villagers and Draw Distance are once again diving into the World of Darkness universe with their third visual novel inspired by Vampire: The Masquerade. Coming to Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and the Nintendo Switch, Vampire: The Masquerade – Reckoning of New York will once again see you dive into the streets of New York City, teeming with supernatural intrigue.

Touted as the thrilling conclusion to Draw Distance’s New York visual novels, players will navigate the treacherous waters of vampiric politics in Reckoning of New York as you contend with the ever-shifting landscape between the Camarilla and Anarchs. Players will choose between two main characters from two different vampire clans: Ravnos and Malkavian, with each offering their own perspective on the unfolding story. New gameplay mechanics are introduced as you harness the powers of Disciplines to overcome challenges or evade the relentless pursuit of hunters hot on your trail. But as always, beware the insatiable Hunger that gnaws at your very being, threatening to unleash the Beast within.

Currently, you can try out the demo for Vampire: The Masquerade – Reckoning of New York on Steam. No release date has been announced as of yet. The other games in the series, Coteries of New York and its expansion, Shadows of New York, are available on PC and consoles.

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