Developer CCP says fans will get a glimpse of the long-in-development online role-playing game adaptation of World of Darkness, a project first announced in 2006, at this year's Eve Fanfest.
Speaking with Eurogamer, CCP chief executive Hilmar Veigar Pétursson says the company will show "a tiny piece" of its World of Darkness MMO, which is currently being playtested internally. The online game is based on the Vampire: The Masquerade property, part of World of Darkness' shared world of supernatural horror genres.
CCP shared a development update on World of Darkness at last year's Eve Fanfest, saying that the game still has no release date. To date, CCP has focused primarily on showing art and gameplay concepts for the MMO.
This year's Eve Fanfest will take place at the Harpa in Reykjavík, Iceland from April 25 to 27.