Vampire: The Masquerade — Justice comes to PC before Bloodlines 2

Fast Travel Games announced that Vampire: The Masquerade — Justice launches on SteamVR today. Players on PC can try out the stealth RPG, which follows a vampire stalking the streets of Venice. It was released on the Meta Quest and PlayStation VR2 last year.

The new version of the game supports several headsets on PC. Justice is also one of several new Vampire: The Masquerade games that have launched in the last few years, though PC players are still waiting for the biggest one: Bloodlines 2.

The PC VR version of Justice supports Valve’s Index headset, as well as Meta’s Rift and Quest headsets. It also includes support for the bHaptics haptic vest peripheral, an expensive extra that offers 40 points of haptic feedback on the body. According to Fast Travel games, it’s also rolling out bug support for Justice on other platforms, with an update for the PS VR2 version in the works.

It’s a complicated time for Vampire: The Masquerade fans. Games such as Justice and VtM — Swansong have launched within the last few years. However, Bloodhunt also launched, and its developers ended support for it only a year afterwards. Fans also don’t yet have a release date on the long-awaited Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines 2, the sequel to the beloved PC RPG. Developer The Chinese Room dropped a new gameplay trailer for the title last week.

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