Bloodhunt Review | It’s worth it?


Welcome to Gaming reviews this is often more of an informational Post about all or any more details of Bloodhunt and what we all know so far.

Bloodhunt Review :

Welcome to Gaming reviews this is often more of an informational Post about all or any more details of Bloodhunt and what we all know so far.

Today, we are going to look at Bloodhunt, Bloodhunt is a free-to-play battle royale Shooter and the game set into the vampire the masquerade universe.

Bloodhunt Review:
Bloodhunt Review:

It’s a third-person perspective in which you have to use supernatural abilities and a mix of ranged and many combats to fight the other players on the shrinking battlefield. It’s developed by shark mob studio based in England and Sweden that the developers who worked on titans, battlefield, division, and a hitman.

Bloodhunt Review: The map is basically streets and rooftops set in Prague in the world of the darkness you can do some assassin’s creed parkour to climb the rooftops which is a pretty cool aspect of the game in your battle to survive you will use ranged weapons melee weapons and vampiric powers. The game offers two modes, Solo and free player squad mode.

Which up to forty five-player against each other and you also need to conceal your identity as a vampire from humans and that is called masquerade. You will be sucking on civilians blood will give you more health but besides healing, certain humans have rare blood and it gives you
a certain buff.

When you drink it if one of the civilians spotted you suck in another human blood you will be in a
state where every player on the map can see you for a whole minute so be wise when you try to roam the streets looking for tasty-looking NPCs. There are three clans in the game and each clan has two archetypes with their own passive skills and technical skills. We’re going to go through one of these clans which is toreador, this clan has two archetypes muse and siren now their skill is basically, an illusionary image of themselves that they can project in front of them Which allows them to teleport to people started using this ability to fake teleport and distract their enemies.

Bloodhunt Review: This actually reminds me of the euro’s ability in valerian or a mirage clone in apex but mine is teleporting but is aware there is a difference between the two archetypes passive and technical
skills muse’s passive allows them to refresh their cooldowns.

So that they can use their abilities straight away that’s pretty op and their technical skill is a healing
an aura that regenerates health for the player himself and his teammates now moving on to the sirens passive which basically makes the civilians more friendly to them so they don’t run away which helps in feeding on NPCs.

Bloodhunt Review: Their technical skill is a flash but not the classic stun grenade that we all know they produce the blinding light from their own bodies which are kind of cool the game devs went ahead and added a character creation option that lets you customize the looks of your player from body types
haircut, hair color, tattoos, makeups, outfits, accessories, and more you can unlock this card of customization in a season pass buy them in-game currency all your money.

If you miss your chance in playing the alpha don’t worry the game’s early access starts on the 7th of September in Steam. It definitely tries this game it’s really fun. That’s the end of the review and I hope you enjoy this game. If you play this game comment below section.

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