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Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong finally makes its way to Steam

Released last year for consoles and on the Epic Games Store, Big Bad Wolf’s Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong is finally out for Steam.


The latest game to take advantage of the long-running Vampire: The Masquerade license has made its way to Steam. While Swansong has been out for the PC since last year, it’s previously only been available via Epic, though again that changes as of right now.

If you’re not familiar with the game, Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong is a role-playing title at heart. The game casts players as one of three playable vamps, each one with their own power-set, as well as “motivations and terrors”.

While certainly anyone can play, it seems as though fans of the core property will get a little extra out of the game’s campaign. According to publisher NACON, the game features branching-storylines, a whopping 15 possible endings, plenty of dialog options, and a world that’s “faithful to the tabletop RPG”.

Here’s a look at the original release:

In this story-driven RPG adapted from the fifth edition of Vampire: The Masquerade, you play as three vampires, each a member of a different clan in the Camarilla, the secret society that governs most vampires. Through the characters’ intertwined destinies, players must contend with their different viewpoints to separate the truth from the lies. While navigating rumours of conspiracies, murders and power struggles, players must protect their clan, uncover the truth and, above all, ensure that the Masquerade – the vampire law that hides their existence from humans – remains unbreeched.

NACON press release

Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong is out now for Xbox and PlayStation platforms, the Epic Games Store, and now Steam.

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