Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodhunt is a free battle royale, which means it comes with its own Battle Pass and unlockable gear levels.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Blood Hunt is available in Early Access and its Battle Pass is live, meaning players can start unlocking items that will carry over to the full version of the game. Blood hunt is a free battle royale that has a Battle Pass with unlockable cosmetics, as well as a store where players can purchase items directly using premium currency.
Blood hunt involves groups of vampires chasing each other through the streets of Prague. The player has access to all kinds of fancy special abilities, but he must exercise restraint towards mortals. The masquerade in the title comes from a law that almost all vampires follow, where they must hide the secret of their identity from mortals. If the player acts like a vampire in the presence of mortals in Blood Hunt, then all other players on the map will see their position.
Items to unlock in Blood hunt are cosmetic in nature and do not affect gameplay. The developers promised that there would be no payment mechanism for winning and that the paid items are just for the aesthetic. They include outfits, glasses, piercings, tattoos, player icons, experience point boosters, and emotes. The player can unlock some items for free, but most of them are limited to the Battle Pass.
How to unlock the Battle Pass in Bloodhunt
The Battle Pass costs 950 Tokens to purchase. It is possible to earn tokens while playing in the game, but the fastest way is to buy them directly. The current cost of the token is 1,000 for £ 7.99 / $ 9.99, 2,800 for £ 19.99 / $ 2,499, 5,000 for £ 29.99 / $ 39.99 and 13,500 for 69.99 £ / $ 99.99. Once the Battle Pass is purchased, the player will receive the Survivalist outfit, Maverick goggles, Ophidian and Meander player icons, and an XP boost. They will also have access to a hundred levels of unlockable content, with eighty pieces being limited to the Battle Pass. Tokens can also be spent on items in the Flash Store, which currently includes outfits and emotes.
How to level up the Battle Pass in Bloodhunt
The player can unlock new levels by gaining experience points, which is done by playing the game. There are daily and weekly challenges that can be completed for bonus experience points, such as playing as clans specific or perform the devil a certain number of times. Players can skip the first twenty levels by paying 2400 tokens, which is one of the purchase options available in the Battle Pass menu. Check out the Challenges tab while in Elysium to learn more about the current Daily and Weekly Challenges and their value.
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