Gameplay Trailer Released for Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York
Here’s your first look at the narrative-driven title from Draw Distance.
By Chris Morse
The upcoming story-focused Vampire: The Masquerade spinoff, Coteries of New York, had its first gameplay trailer released earlier today. We learned just last week that developer Draw Distance has set the title for its PC debut on December 4th, with the Nintendo Switch version coming in the first quarter of 2020, but today’s trailer marks the first extended glimpse at what this game is all about.
As the trailer suggests, this title plays out more like a visual novel adventure, offering dialogue choices and branching narratives along the way. The art style definitely stands out to boot. Check out the footage for yourself in the trailer above and read on for more details on this upcoming game.
Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York will follow the conflict between two vampiric factions: the traditionalist Camarilla and the fiercely independent Anarchs among the iconic landmarks and night lights of The Big Apple. Players will have to choose a clan and form a coterie to work to consolidate power and come out ahead in the underground world of the undead.
The game is due out for PC via Steam on December 4th, 2019 with the Nintendo Switch set for Q1 2020. Keep an eye on Dead Entertainment for all the latest news and updates ahead.
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