That would be "CCP World of Darkness MMO Work in Progress In-Game test footage."
So apparently, CCP may shift more resources back to the WoD MMO after Dust 514 launches. I can't tell you how happy this makes me, since this ranked up there with Thief 4 (which is apparently kind of done? It's complicated...) on games that I was dieing to see more of, but just seemed to vanish. I'm pretty worn out on the traditional MMO formula, but I have confidence that CCP can turn out something very interesting to break that medium out of the mold, especially when combined with the WoD.
World of Darkness is based on primarily on pen-and-paper RPG Vampire: the Masquerade. Vampires are real and secretly pull the strings in the human world. They also engage in wars with each other behind-the-scenes. Like EVE Online, WoD features player-run politics. Players can be elected to positions such as Prince of a city.
Politics isn't the only focus of the game, though. CCP also touted the "coffee house", or social, side of the game. Casual gamers will have places throughout the in-game cities to congregate. When players aren't feeling so civil, they can engage in hand-to-hand combat.
The video at the presentation is a fly-through of one of the city. No characters are seen. CCP is trying to build a seamless city, so that you're not treated to a loading screen every time you head indoors. In the video, you can see detailed interiors in some buildings from outside.
As WODNews notes, this information and trailer will probably be the last we'll hear of the game for awhile. CCP plans to "go underground" with the game again. They'll resurface again once they're good and ready
I could talk to you for hours about how much fun I had with the multiplayer for VTM: Redemption. I think the fact that the WoD community is sometimes ridiculed makes for a more interesting and dedicated group of players. Kind of like LARPing. From the outside, people may point and laugh, but the people involved are having a great time. Really looking forward to this.
Just throwing it out there in case some of you may have forgotten or didn't know it was a thing.