Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong PRIMOGEN EditionVampire: The Masquerade - Swansong PRIMOGEN Edition
Enhance your experience with the Primogen Edition which includes: Victoria DLC, Artifacts Pack DLC, Digital Soundtrack and Boston by Night PDF.
Enjoy the game even more with the Primogen Edition, which includes:
- The Victoria Ash DLC - Played by Jessica Chobot, guest star in L.A. by Night, Victoria Ash is the highest-profile Toreador in the Camarilla, and Emem's mawla
- The Artifacts Pack DLC - 3 personal items for Galeb, Emem and Leysha that can be equipped and provide one bonus and one penalty. You also start with 3 pouches of blood from the Prince's personal reserve… Make sure you use them wisely.
- Digital Soundtrack - The soundtrack for Swansong, composed by Olivier Derivière.
- Boston By Night – This book goes beyond what is included in the game, containing additional information and revealing secrets. It serves as both a companion guide to Swansong and a supplement to the rules of the Vampire: The Masquerade tabletop role-playing game.
- 43%Critics Recommend
- 68Top Critic Average
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by Andrew Reiner
8.5 / 10
“Rarely have I played a game where I wanted to restart a scenario to undo bad decisions as I have here. Swansong makes you pay for your missteps and should be an excellent game for watercooler discussions with others who have played it.”
by Francesco De Meo
9 / 10
“With its intricate and well-realized setting, engaging story, compelling characters, and well-implemented RPG mechanics, Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong is a truly groundbreaking game that no fan of narrative-driven games should pass on.”
by Michael Goroff
6 / 10
“Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong can be a compelling experience, especially for those who are already familiar with the World of Darkness. Its RPG mechanics lend depth to an otherwise standard narrative adventure, as long as you can grasp their meaning. But wonky gameplay balance and even wonkier facial animations, not to mention some of the more overwritten and under-earned emotional beats, can make falling in love with its vampires harder to swallow than a mouthful of blood.”
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