Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 will feature weird Dance Moves


Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is being ready to be launched in the coming months. As you all know, this is the sequel of  Paradox Interactive’s highly anticipated 2004’s Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines which will feature some new elements in the game. Apart from new things in the game, developers are kicking back some of the most famous elements from the first part. In the sequel, the developers are bringing back weird dance moves from the first part.

During a recent interview with Kotaku, lead user interface and experience designer Rachel Leiker noted how the ridiculous dancing from the first game will be making a comeback.

“Night clubs are kind of core to the experience of being a vampire,” Leiker said. One of the things that people enjoyed from the first game is dancing, so of course, we were going to have it in our game as well.” She then went on to say how one of the animators on the upcoming sequel went through the original arm-flailing dance number to ensure it made its way into the title.

“We actually took that directly from the first game and one of our animators studied it very intensely,” she said. “He actually did the motion capture for it in our game. He’s very dedicated. They did motion capture for a bunch of dances, and it was like a big party in the mocap room.”

This is great news for the fans of the first part who are willingly waiting for the sequel to hit the consoles. After all, different genres of dance moves in the first game got a lot of popularity among the gamers.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is set to arrive at some point in March 2020 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Meanwhile, you can check out the video below, courtesy of Kotaku.

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