World of Darkness hasn't had any luck with vampire games in recent years. Continuation of Bloodlines, despite "satisfactory" progress, still seems very far away. Also the release of Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong will take place later than previously assumed. New work of the devs of the warmly received The Council was to be released in February, but Big Bad Wolf and Nacon decided to delay the launch to May 19, 2022.
The team explains their decision by expanding the narrative layer of Swansong, full of characters, dialogue and - how else - important choices. This and the transfer of systems from the tabletop Vampire: The Masquerade requires a lot of work, and the studio is keen to maintain a "healthy work/life balance" (i.e. avoid the infamous crunch).
This isn't the first delay for Swansong. The title was supposed to come out as early as this year, until the developers decided they needed more time to polish it. In the meantime, the devs have given us a glimpse of the three characters players will be able to play as, including Emem, shown in the footage below. The title is coming to PC (for Epic Games Store), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch.