Stunlock Studios‘ newest survival action role-playing game, V Rising, made its debut on May 17 for PC via Steam Early Access. The game has already been a huge success for the developer. A recent tweet from the game’s developer indicated that after only three days, there were already 500,000 gamers. The product page for this store contains 10,336 customer reviews, of which 87 percent are positive.
In the video game V Rising, you play the role of a vampire that has lain dormant for centuries but has now been reawakened. Your objective is to scour the world in search of blood and other materials to use in the construction of your fortress. You can engage in combat with other players in the interim, or you can collect human beings and train them to become your servants. Exploring the planet enables you to obtain better equipment and helps you to level up your skills.
Despite certain similarities to Valheim, V Rising has garnered accolades for its faster-paced fighting and innovative gameplay hooks, such as the ability to restore blood by feeding on foes that are injured. In order to avoid becoming sunburned to a crisp, you should either go out at night or stay in the shade as much as possible. The early access period is scheduled to end in twelve months, although there is a possibility that it will take longer. “Our primary goal is to provide the very best experience for our customers. It is difficult to provide an accurate estimate of the amount of time that will be required to process player feedback and further develop the game in accordance with that feedback.
In the future months, there are plans to add a greater variety of biomes, dungeons, weapons, adversaries, crafting recipes, and other content, so stay tuned.
It's official! 500,000 Vampires out there have stepped foot into Vardoran! Thank you all for joining us on this journey! pic.twitter.com/35pLD6DQW2
— V Rising (@VRisingGame) May 20, 2022