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Toreador Clan Revealed for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

Publisher Paradox Interactive and developer Hardsuit Labs have shared a new trailer and details for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2.

Featured above, a new trailer was released for the Toreador clan, alongside some new information for the upcoming action-RPG.

In case you missed it, you can find our previous reports for the Tremere clan here, Brujah clan here, and the Thinblood clan here.

Here’s a rundown on the clan:

Toreador are creators with the ability to capture a room like no other Kindred, using the discipline of Presence to turn a crowd into an audience, distraction into rapt attention, and aggression into adoration. They also utilize Celerity to push their bodies to incredible speeds.

Presence

  • Awe: Strike a pose that freezes all before you in adoring wonder. For a short time after, new admirers are oblivious to anything other than what they’ve just witnessed.
  • Entrance: Form a group of admirers around the vampire, following along and distracting nearby enemies.

Public use of Presence abilities does not constitute a Masquerade violation.

Celerity

  • Unseen Storm – Dash in any direction with such speed that you momentarily disappear from view, allowing you to land attacks, dodge around enemies, or get away before the dust has settled. Upgrades further enhance the effects of Unseen Storm.
  • Accelerate – Move so fast that everything else in the world appears to slow down to a standstill. Assailants seem frozen in their attacks, cars crawl forward, bullets zip by lazily, and the vampire can perform stunts that, with an 80’s synth track in the background, would make for an awesome movie scene. Upgrades further enhance the effects of Accelerate.

Use of Celerity before mortals is a Masquerade violation.

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is launching across Windows PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One sometime in Q1 of 2020.

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