Is Redfall Massachusetts a Real Place? – Answered

Am I dreaming?

So, you’ve seen the upcoming Arkane game, where vampires have taken over Redfall, Massachusetts, and now you want to know whether this is a real place. It’s okay, it’s a valid question, and we’re here to tell you what’s up. Is Redfall, Massachusetts, a real place? Find your answer below.

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Is Redfall Massachusetts a Real Place? – Answered

No, Redfall, Massachusetts, is not a real place. It’s a fictional island developed by Arkane to meet the needs of their open-world vampire-hunting game.

There are plenty of other real places in Massachusetts you can visit, though. We recommend Boston, the home of Pax East, Samuel Adams, and probably some actual United States history. If you’re feeling a more vacation vibe, you should check out the cape; you can get in some good beaches and some nice wine if that’s your style.

However, you’ll never be able to visit Redfall, Massachusetts, in real life because it does not exist. That’s probably for the best because it’s infested with vampires, and I don’t think you, the reader, have handled a vampire before. So maybe this should be just a fictional place in a video game. Who knows, maybe we will name an island after it, though.

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You can visit Redfall when the game releases on May 2, 2023, for Xbox Series X|S and PC. The game will also be available on day one on Xbox Game Pass. So if you already have a subscription, you’re all set to go when it releases.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about Redfall, Massachusetts, and its legitimacy as a town in the United States of America. For more on Redfall, be sure to check out Prima Games and our helpful guides. Here’s everything we know about Redfall so far, from gameplay to trailers and more.

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Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.