Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt Beginner’s Guide – Tips And Tricks

Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt Beginner's Guide Tips

Bloodhunt is the latest battle royale game that is available for free on Microsoft Windows. Sharkmob is the developer of the game. The battle royale game involves 45 players going against each other in a PvPvE. This Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt beginner’s guide will include all tips on what you need to know as you start the game. 

Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt Tips And Tricks

The following are the tips and tricks that you should keep in mind when playing Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt:


Movement in Bloodhunt is a crucial factor to look into. While running around the whole map can be tiring in a standard battle royale game, this is not the case in Bloodhunt. You can move around quickly in the game. If you come across a wall, you can climb it indefinitely if you hold Jump near the wall. This will allow you to climb any massive wall all the way to the top. You can also slide by pressing the crouch button while running. 

These movement abilities can be further enhanced. If you are sliding down a slope and you press jump, then you will jump farther. This allows you to cover more areas faster. You can also slide down a wall if you are airborne near it. You can jump away from the wall you are sliding on. 


Stealth is a tricky thing in Bloodhunt. You can try to hide in buildings or corners, but people can detect you. If you break into a store to get some loot or intentionally hitting cars, then you are inviting other players to you. Civilians play an essential part in stealth. Meaning that they can ruin your game if they want. If any civilian witnesses you attacking NPC or using abilities, they might run away and scream. This might alarm other players.

The worse case is when you use vampiric abilities around the civilians. This will cause Bloodhunt to form a red outline around you that will allow other players to see you through walls. The timer for Bloodhunt usually wears off soon, but anyone can hunt you down during the entire duration. 


Abilities have an essential factor in the game. You use these abilities to take on NPCs or other players to get an edge over them. Sometimes these abilities can be a fight changer for you. Because of this, it is vital that you fully understand the full capability of your abilities. 

If you want to learn about your abilities before the match begins, you can in Elysium open Escape and go to Journal. After this, go to Tutorial and then scroll down to Archetypes. Here you can find all you need to know about your abilities. 

NPCs or Entity

The Entity in Bloodhunt is a secret organization. Their main goal is to exterminate vampires and will try to do so in every match. There are certain areas in the game that have high-tier loot for players. However, these areas are heavily guarded by NPCs. These NPCs are not to be taken lightly, as they will open fire whenever you are in their line of sight.

They have good damage output, so they can easily take you out quickly. If you think these NPCs are easy to fight in the endgame, you are wrong, as they pose an equal threat. You can take advantage by attacking other players as a third party when they are busy fighting these NPCs. 

Swimming Is Not A Thing

You can not swim in the game. As you are a vampire, you cannot cross the water. Even touching the water on any of the rivers in the game will kill you. 

The Map

You can say that the map in Bloodhunt is divided into two parts. One part is the roofs and the other is the streets. The streets contain loot for you and act as an early area for the game. You can gear up to fight other players in the end game. However, the roofs do not have much loot and are the arena for late-game fights between the players. As you might know that getting high ground early is important to scout and target enemy players from above. However, other players will also think of doing this, so be cautious. 


Elysium is your relaxing zone before you hop into a match. The place has all the players roaming around and using emotes. You can check out details in your Journal while you are here. You can also talk to NPCs Maia, Kirill, and Custos. They will give you quests before a match. 


As you play the game more, you will start to adapt to it and will improve. After the fight against an enemy player will teach you something. Even if you lose a fight and die, you will surely learn something. The more you play, the more you will get the hang of using your wall climbing and sliding abilities. You can find weapons in Antique and Tailor Shops for you to collect. You can also find armor plates behind police vans even though they are not much of use to you. 

These are the Bloodhunt tips that you should keep in mind when playing the game.

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