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Bloodlines in 2005

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Bloodlines in 2005

Game News - posted by Ausir on Tue 3 February 2004, 18:57:20

Tags: Troika Games; Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines

Because of the stolen source code, Valve's Half-Life 2 has been futher delayed to summer 2004. Unfortunately, according to CNN it's not the only delayed game.
    "Half-Life 2" wasn't the only game delayed by the source-code theft. Valve had licensed out the game's "Source" graphics engine to developer Troika, which was hard at work building "Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines," a PC role-playing game. That game, initially set to be released this year, had to be delayed to implement the same security fixes needed on HL2. It now has a target release date of Spring 2005, said Trokia co-founder Jason Anderson.

The delay might be a good thing, though. Maybe at last we'll get a polished Troika game.

Spotted at: Blue's News

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