Developer Sharkmob has announced that it’s ending growth on battle royale Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt. In a press release on its official web site, the studio acknowledged that whereas the sport gained’t see extra content material, it plans to maintain the sport’s servers up so long as it nonetheless has an energetic participant base.
In its assertion on the official web site, the studio reveals that plans to finish growth on the sport got here from the sport not getting the essential mass in gamers it wanted to maintain growth. Whereas Sharkmob hasn’t acknowledged precisely how lengthy the sport’s servers will keep stay, it guarantees to maintain Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt going so long as gamers are nonetheless enjoying.
Gamers will proceed to unlock new content material and cosmetics within the sport by way of a brand new in-game participant voting system. The studio can be planning on disabling actual foreign money buying on September 26. The sport is slated to get a means for gamers to earn in-game tokens in order that they’ll proceed to unlock cosmetics.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt was initially launched again in April 2022. The battle royale has since seen fairly just a few updates, together with the addition of a staff deathmatch sport mode, in addition to a transfer away from seasonal content material schedules to facilitate sooner growth of recent content material.