Vampire Clans Lets You Create Your Very Own Vampire Family

04/09/2021 - 09:57 | By: Joseph Allen
Blood Of My Blood

Plenty of games let you stalk the streets as a vampire, but have you ever wanted to create and manage your very own bloodsucking clan? Well, thanks to Vampire Clans, that fantasy may soon become a reality. It's a management sim that puts you in charge of a vampire family and asks you to navigate the tricky world of vampire society.

What is Vampire Clans?

Vampire Clans comes to us from RockGame, the creators of titles like Cowboy Life Simulator and Yakuza Empire. You play as a newly-minted vampire lord looking to create a clan and take them from obscurity to the upper echelons of vampiric society. To do so, you'll not only have to manage the clan's interests, but also deal with other clans as you see fit. Will you engage in diplomacy or simply try to wipe them out with brute force? It's totally up to you. Check out the announcement trailer for Vampire Clans to see if it's your type (ahem) of game.

Naturally, since your clan is full of bloodthirsty vampires, you'll have to source food, which will involve hunting for and enslaving human surface-dwellers. You'll also be able to recruit vampires from other clans to your cause, either through "smooth, slow motion fights" or via diplomacy. Your vampires can be upgraded and specialized into different strengths, so you'll always be prepared for whatever's coming to assault your clan headquarters next.

If you love vampire stories but like a little more politics with your bloodlust, Vampire Clans looks like the perfect game for you. Sadly, we don't yet have a release window for the game yet, but you can wishlist it on Steam right now to keep up with it. If you're so inclined, you can also drop in on the official Vampire Clans Discord server, where you'll be able to chat with the developers.

Does Vampire Clans look like the sort of game to get your blood pumping? Let us know in the comments below! 


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Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.