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Vampyr and its London citizens

Here's the third and penultimate dev diary of Vampyr in which DONTNod shows new gameplay footage and explains how each citizens are integral to the game's mechanics and narrative, thus creating a moral dilemma if the player chooses to feed on the various individuals from the four districts.
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