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Fast Travel announces Vampire: The Masquerade – Justice for PC in 2024 Fast Travel announces Vampire: The Masquerade – Justice for PC in 2024
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Fast Travel Games brought several of its projects to today’s UploadVR showcase, with the biggest one being its vampiric RPG, Vampire: The Masquerade — Justice. It also revealed new trailers and details about its upcoming games Project Demigod and Mannequin, with several new features and launches for all three games coming in 2024.

Up to now, Justice has launched on Meta Quest and PlayStation VR, but it hasn’t officially made its way to a PC-based VR platform. Now it’s available to wishlist on Steam and launches for SteamVR-compatible headsets in early 2024. Fast Travel is also offering limited-time trials on Quest and PSVR for users to try the game before buying. The trial covers a short part of the game’s introductory section.

The next Fast Travel game to make its appearance in the UploadVR show was Project Demigod, a superhero sim title from Omnifarious Studios (Fast Travel is publishing). Players can pick their own powers (with several in the trailer looking quite similar to those of some existing superheroes) and battle villains. The game is currently available in early access on Steam and Meta’s App Lab, with plans to launch a full version in early 2024.

The final title shown at the showcase is Fast Travel’s latest project, Mannequin. This multiplayer title is a 2v3 game, with two agents attempting to hunt three shapeshifters. While the game didn’t get a trailer per se, CEO Oskar Burman announced its third playtest is launching on December 8. The test will be closed and available to a small number of players.

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