Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong Gets Two New Trailers

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Big Bad Wolf has released two new trailers for its narrative RPG, Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong. This time around, players can choose from three characters. Each have their own powers, stories, and personal demons to cope with as their actions decide the fate of Boston. As players develop each character’s skills, they will unlock new options for investigating the chaos that has taken over the city.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong is an upcoming narrative-RPG based on the iconic tabletop roleplaying game. Skills, disciplines, a hunger for blood, and more; how you manage these affects the way you approach the game. Learn more about these mechanics in our RPG Trailer, which combines what you’d expect from the World of Darkness with lashings of our studio DNA.


Play as 3 vampires, each over a hundred years old. Weave between their intertwined destinies, embracing their different points of view, and making use of their unique abilities to separate the truth from the lies.

Each character has their own vampiric disciplines that can be upgraded to suit your preferred approach. Will you choose, intimidation, seduction, or stealth? It’s your decision, provided you can keep the hunger for blood at bay.


With its unique approach to gameplay, Swansong puts the emphasis on consequence. Analyze each situation carefully, the choices you make during the investigation, and your social interactions with characters can have a lasting impact on the fate of your heroes’ lives and the fate of the Boston Camarilla.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong is being published by Nacon and will arrive May 19 for PC and consoles.

Source: Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong (via DSOG)

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