Vampire: The Eternal Struggle Card Game Returns

April 26, 2018 by dracs

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White Wolf Publishing has announced that they are working with Black Chantry Productions to relaunch the classic collectable card game Vampire: The Eternal Struggle.

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Vampire: The Eternal Struggle was among the first wave of collectable card games back during the nineties. It proved very popular and still has a following eight years after it ceased production in 2010.

Now, Black Chantry are seeking on bringing the game back.

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“We are really excited to do this, together with White Wolf Entertainment. Players all over the world have hungered for new cards for eight long years, and we are proud to serve. And of course, we aim to attract many new players too”, says Hugh Angseesing, CEO of Black Chantry Productions.

Vampire: The Eternal Struggle has been called the best multiplayer collectable card game ever published. It is loved for its blend of strategy and social interaction, set in the classic urban horror game setting World of Darkness, home of the role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade.

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Black Chantry have said that they will be working with White Wolf to  fit the card game with their view for the World of Darkness setting, focusing on creating a "transmedia experience – all sorts of games and fiction set in the same shared world."

The game will be kicking off with a bunch of reprint and expansion bundles:

  • Lost Kindred expansion bundle
  • Keepers of Tradition reprint bundle One
  • Keepers of Tradition reprint bundle Two
  • Heirs to the Blood reprint bundle One
  • Heirs to the Blood reprint bundle Two

Vampire: The Eternal Struggle is a game I have heard a lot about, but I sadly missed out on. I am very excited to see it making a resurgence, as it is a game I know a lot of people have a great deal of love for.

Let us know what you think of this game in the comments below.

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