With the start of the new year, Bloodhunt is getting into Act 2, and it features a change to how kill credit is handled and it also ushers in the start of the new phase of the game’s early access program. There have also been a range of adjustments to make the game more forgiving for new players.
Over the course of November, we learned more about the plans for the eventual release of Bloodhunt. The Founder’s Season finally ended and the developers announced that the game would be launching in 2022. They are also openly communicating with the community over Discord, so if you have any questions, feel free to send them over to the devs over there.
The most recent update for Bloodhunt was the Act 2 community patch, which featured a few changes, like the introduction of kill credit for downed enemies. Along with this much-needed enhancement, the developers have also released a Duos mode that the community has been clamoring for.
Battle royale games have taken the world by storm, with titles like Fortnite and Apex Legends being some of the biggest games around. However, the battle royale genre is far from done, with countless developers trying to get themselves a slice of the pie across a wide range of genres and styles.
One series that you’d never expect to see in the battle royale genre is Vampire: The Masquerade. Upon first hearing this, you’d wonder what a well-established RPG series could possibly have to do with the battle royale genre. This is where Bloodhunt comes into the equation and flips everything on its head.
If you’re going to hack a game, it’s often a good idea to know what kind of anti-cheat you’re going to be dealing with. Unfortunately, Bloodhunt has one of the most threatening pieces of anti-cheat software on the market bundled with it, but it may not be for the reasons that you think.
While other games scare players and potential cheaters away by making their anti-cheat effective enough to catch them with ease, that’s not the case with Bloodhunt. Bloodhunt has been the target of some controversy because of the anti-cheat software that it has implemented.
This all stems from the fact that Bloodhunt’s anti-cheat is made by Tencent, a Chinese company that is known for being hand-in-hand with the Chinese government. You may be wondering why this is an issue, and if you value your privacy, you may not want the Chinese Communist Party to be able to access your data.