An interview on the swedish site gamingaktier.com with Tobias Sjögren gives some additional insight on engine and release date (add a healthy dose of salt to that statement, especially if it's not coming from Cyanide Studios themselves). Translated by yours truly.
Sjögren: "The game is coming to PC and console and is being created in the Unreal-engine. The genre is action RPG. The goal is for the game to be released during the first half of 2019."
And completely unrelated to Earthblood, Sjögren mentioned about the possibility of TV-serie(s) based on World of Darkness.
Interviewer: "In an older youtube video you mentioned it would be a failure from your side to not have a Netflix-series based on the World of Darkness universe within a couple of years. Can you elaborate? Are there any plans for a series today?"
Sjögren: "Yes, and by Netflix we are talking about streaming services in general, there are after all several options in that field. First and foremost we believe that we (White Wolf) have a lot of stories to tell that would fit extremely well as TV-serie(s), and we work with the ambition to have something on the market as early as 2020. So the work from our side is well under way. One particular trap we're trying to avoid is not having full control over the rights, so we don't e.g. get in the same situation as Skybound with their IP 'Walking Dead' where the universe exists in two versions. One is based on the TV-series that is produced by AMC, and the other is the comic (the original). Therefore we're not going for the first license-offer we come across with the highest guarantee. We're looking for a serious collaboration and hoping to produce several parallel TV-series such as Marvel have done on Netflix with Daredevil, Jessica Jones and so on."
The german site wodnews.blog also made a write-up of the same article.
Discord user Razaman just recently shared some never seen before images! (I'll update with source later if possible how he/she found them)
When will you rage
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Hey @netheos! Thought I'd give you that March reminder. I've scouted these images from tweets and the GameReactor video, but haven't seen any high resolution versions of them in any article so far.
Might be an intentional move from you guys - but that's where my puppy eyes come in. They look great.
P.S. Is the title Earthblood or Earth Blood by the way?
@Netheos No problem! Has been real fun to hunt for articles the last few days, like finding the pieces to a puzzle.
But! Now that I have your attention... is it possible to get the new concept art images on show publicly available?
I've done my best with random photos from tweets but they are like really blurry. ^^;
Revamped the OP to be a substantial summary of what we know so far. It was getting a bit too much with the quotes and whatnots. The news section remains but further down in another post.
I saw many more concept art images in the background behind the gamereactor interview but they seem to be hidden from the internet for now unfortunately. Think I'll try to fill in the gap of concept art later, I remember the first time they showed they had more to publicly share with us.
Thanks Teylen, I've updated some quotes.
I've also added a pretty huge transcript of a video found on gamereactor.eu with new more flavourful information regarding the story, the theme and more about gameplay mechanics.
Another edit: http://www.loutrage.fr/werewolf-the-apocalypse-cyanide/ has great information about some nitty gritty details of gameplay and less pitch-speech but rather how the game is. Great read even if it takes a bit of google translate.
@Inquisitore No problem! It's fun to scour the internet for new articles. Actually seems like we know the full name of the game now!
An article on jeuxvideo seems to suggest it's Werewolf the Apcalypse: Earthblood!
If you find anything I've missed (or some quote in an article I overlooked) just reply and I'll add it.