Bloodhunt is being shut down early access on the PC for two reasons. The first are player feedback, which have led to tweaks that will be implemented before launch while the second reason is so they can launch with more polish and stability.
Bloodhunt is a battle royale game that was developed by Vampiric Games. It is shutting down early access and delaying launch to act on player feedback.
Bloodhunt, a free-to-play battle royale shooter based in the Vampire: The Masquerade setting (though how vampires openly firing at and feasting on one other in the streets doesn’t violate the masquerade is anyone’s idea), was featured in a July issue of The MOP Up. The game was slated for a 2021 release on PC and PS5 at the time, and it has been in early access on PC since September, but that period is quickly coming to an end as Sharkmob tweaks the game.
“As we moved out of Early Access: Founder’s Season, the aim was to release the game this year for both PC and PS5. Based on critical takeaways from this early season, we’ve chosen to postpone the release until early 2022 to allow us to address the great input we’ve received. The public servers will be taken down during this time.”
Improved performance, further cheating mitigation, a better onboarding experience, more interesting and diverse objectives to strive for, and session streamlining to guarantee more playing and less waiting are all planned changes to Bloodhunt. On Monday, November 22nd, the game’s servers will go dark, but anyone who have played or joined before that date will be welcomed back for special testing leading up to the fresh launch.
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