Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines unofficial patch 10.2 final is available for download

Modder ‘Wesp5’ has released the final version of the unofficial patch 10.2 for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines. The unofficial patch mod is a restoration project adding a lot missing content, including new quests, levels, weapons, items, characters, dialogue, graphics, models, sounds and original music. In other words, it’s a must-have mod for everyone that wants to replay this classic title.

The first version of patch 10.2 came out last month and corrected mirrors and details on several maps, added a few weapon drop sounds and fidget and upset sound groups, fixed details in library level and text and dialogue details and improved python and loader file compatibility.

The previous version of this patch updated the Krimeputer log entries on Brian’s and Muddy’s deaths, made Carson remove McGee’s corpse and raised MAC-10 magazine cost, fixed silent Heather dialogue and made warrens ladder accessible, locked a haven door and moved Malcolm’s bribe to Mercurio’s house, repaired problems when revisiting the beachhouse and the warrens, removed quest update for Copper and locked Gimble’s door in basic, fixed some more wrong Humanity losses and cut off Heather sounds and corrected Tommy Dominate reaction and possible poster quest issue.

The final version of the unofficial patch 10.2 features all the aforementioned tweaks/fixes/additions/improvements, fixes Leopold Society cellar ladder and floating towels in basic and adds way to use all animations for all models.

Those interested can download this latest version of the unofficial patch project for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines from here!

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