V Rising, a vampire survival game, reached 500 thousand copies in three days

V Rising, a vampire survival game, reached 500 thousand copies in three days

V Rising is one of those sudden hits that you may not have heard anything about until they began to conquer the Steam charts.
The conquest in this case is going very briskly - for three days after the early access release the game was bought 500 thousand times.Recall, in V Rising you control a vampire who has awakened from a long sleep.
To regain your former power you need to drink blood, fight, gather resources, rebuild your castle and attack other's ones.
Daylight damages bloodsucker, so you need to move in the shadows or wait for the night.
Co-op and PvP are available.V Rising's online peak continues to grow: at the time of writing the game has set a new personal record of 91,898 concurrent users.
With this result Survival is located in eighth place in the top attendance on Steam, displacing Elden Ring, Path of Exile, FIFA 22, and Team Fortress 2.With reviews V Rising is also okay - 86% approval based on 5,863 reviews.
Players like the unpretentious system of crafting, interesting battles with ordinary enemies and bosses, nice graphics and sensible cooperative implementation - the complexity of battles scaled depending on the size of the squad.
Of the disadvantages mention bugs (however, rare) and the lack of Russian localization.In the early version of survival available vast world and all the basic mechanics.
Gradually the game will add fresh biomes, dungeons, weapons, spells, enemies, castle decorations, recipes for crafting and so on.
Version 1.0 should be out within a year, but deadlines are subject to change.
And what will definitely change is the price - after the release V Rising will become more expensive.
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

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