Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is the long-awaited upcoming sequel to the first game which was released back in 2004. The fans are excited for the sequel and Nvidia announcing Ray Tracing and DLSS just adds to the excitement. This is good news for users who have bought one of the RTX series cards because then you will be able to use your graphics card to its extent.

Nvidia stated the following.

In addition, we can announce that NVIDIA is the official graphics partner for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, meaning that we will work closely with Paradox to integrate real-time ray tracing effects and performance-enhancing DLSS technology, to deliver the best possible experience for PC gamers.

On top of that, Bloodlines 2 will support mods confirmed by the developers on Twitter. Mods can be useful and fun at the same time because the previous Bloodlines had a few bugs which were patched by a mod. Also, many fans are already complaining about the first-person perspective so hearing that the game will support mods is awesome.

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