Stunlock’s vampiric RPG as narrated by Steam reviews

AV Rising image showing a group of cultists praising what appears to be a vampire queen, with Steam Review quotes emblazoned on it.

Morbitize me, Morby!
picture: Stunlock Studios

One of the most popular Steam games of the moment is V rising, a vampiric action-survival RPG from Stunlock Studios. The game is tearing up the charts, with around 95,000 players playing it at any given time Steam charts. However, what is most revealing is V risingValve’s reception on the PC gaming platform is “very positive” right now. That’s true, but hidden within these reviews are deserved praise, fair criticism, and silly comments worth emphasizing.

V risingwhich launched in Early Access on May 17th is a Diablo-style loot RPG that is a mix of other games. There are similar mechanics for building bases state of decay. You have survival stuff where you search for resources in an open world tribes of Midgard. It even shipped with PvE and PvP. But what does V rising Standing out among the crowd of similar APRGs is its vampiric setting, which reflects established lore. For example, you will burn yourself if you walk in the sun, but if you walk in the shade, you can move freely even during the day. Stuff like that is cool and the combination of design elements seems to be another selling point.

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As noted by the Steam user conkerThe game has a “good balance” of mechanics V rising something that is relatively easy to understand. user GinaTonik echoed that sentiment, calling it a game that “can appeal to a broad genre of players” because of the way it blends different gameplay elements together. Another user named Lagrie thought the same and said V rising has “fun solo offline [content] and [is] a great time to play with friends [online].” Damn, people are apparently so addicted to the game that they haven’t left their house in days! Please don’t do this.

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But my favourite V rising Ratings have nothing to do with the game. players are walk around and postIt’s time of the morbin,” in relation to the hilarious disease memes that has recently taken the internet by storm thanks to Twitch streams around the clock of the movie. And of course, these are popular reviews, probably because there’s now a mainstream game where you can morbid as a vampire. What did I tell you? Morb becomes morb. The meme cannot die.

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That doesn’t mean everyone enjoys it V rising. Some people went into the game claiming they did it experienced crashes that permanently blocked the reboot or other server issues that made it unplayable. However, most say it’s not a gameplay issue, it’s a progression issue. Steam user m-dependentsaid, for example, “75% of the time” is spent taking care of resources alan0n complained that progress is “determined by your personal quest”.

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V rising is a great success for Stunlock. I mean it that way sold more than a million copies two weeks after falling. People are either thirsty for more vampire content again or we’ve all been infected with it disease Gen. Regardless, the vampire seems poised to make a glorious, immortal return.

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