Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt is a free-to-play battle royale game that is based on the tabletop role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade, and is part of the larger World of Darkness series. The game is set in Prague which has been consumed by a ruthless war between vampire clans. A treacherous betrayal has stirred a war amongst vampires, who are also targeted for annihilation by the secret society known as the Entity. Use your supernatural powers, weapons, and wit in this third-person battle royale game to dominate the night and restore the masquerade. Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt is available on PlayStation 5 and PC. Take a look at our tips to get help in the game.
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Below is a collection of hints and tips that will help you to progress in the game. These include why you should start at the same Spawn Point for every match and why you should always scan your surroundings. As well as these hints and tips, we also have a beginners guide here which goes into more details on some of the tips we have below:
Starting Spawn Point
In Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt you are able to choose where you spawn at the start of a match. You simply have to choose one of the many Spawn Points that are scattered across nighttime Prague. It is recommended that you begin the game from the same Spawn Point for every match as doing so will enable you to become instantly familiar with your surroundings and help you learn the mechanics of the game much more easily.
Choosing an Archetype
In Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt you have the choice of seven different types of vampire, spread across four different clans from which to choose from. These seven types of vampires are known as archetypes and they each possess a set of three unique skills. These break down into one passive, one active, and one movement ability. It is recommended that you play each of the archetypes in order to become familiar with each of them and choose the one that best suits your playstyle. Take a look at our Archetype Tier List to see which type of vampire we consider to be the best selection in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt.
Don't Ignore Humans
Make sure you don't ignore the human civilians that can be found mostly on the streets of Prague as they can be a huge help or a massive hindrance. The most effective way to heal your character in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt is to drink the blood of humans, repeatedly feeding on mortals with the same type of blood will bestow your character buffs that are permanent. Don't shoot humans or let them see your true nature otherwise you will trigger the Bloodhunt and become visible on the map to all players for one minute, during which time you will be an easy target. Take a look at our Feeding Guide to find how to get permanent buffs for your character and how to get more Resonance Slots.
Scan your Surroundings
Make sure you use your Heightened Senses ability to scan the area around you so that you highlight nearby items and humans. This will enable you to see the blood resonance type of nearby humans, so you can determine the effects you gain from feeding on them. Doing this is extremely useful when you are searching for a particular blood resonance buff.
In order to substantially increase your chances of surviving in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt you will need to obtain weapons, ammunition, armor, and consumables as soon as possible. There is plenty of loot scattered across the city of Prague, listed below are specific locations on the map which will reliably contain the following resources.
Pharmacy Store Blood bags and blood syringes
Tailor Store Weapons and armor
Antique Store Melee weapons
Entity Entity Strongboxes containing rare weapons with a chance to find a Minigun.
Play as a Team
If you are playing Trios in Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt it is essential that you communicate with the other two members of your team. Make sure you use voice chat or the game's contextual ping system to highlight enemies, loot, or good positions. It is also important that you stick with your teammates as playing as a team will enable you to take down the opposition a lot easier when you encounter them.