This new V Rising patch will fix save bugs, give more freedom when building, and add new languages.
In the first month after the release of V Rising (in May 2022), as early access on Steam, the success that the supernatural-vampire-themed open-world survival title achieved was resounding. Stunlock Studios did a great job with the massively multiplayer, as the concept of action has been developed quite well. So much so that before the first two weeks it had already reached an impressive figure of a million and a half players, especially since the development company is independent. This translates to V Rising having surpassed one million copies sold on the PC gaming platform, confirming a strong start for the game. and, considering the scope of Stunlock, the project has much more potential from here on out.
Although the theme was to the general liking of the audience, having positive reviews towards the story (in which you will embody a vampire in search of blood within the various settlements of the game and you will be able to form your clan to build your own empire), there were a series of problems that have been constantly pointed out. Among them, the problem of the territories, the abandonment of servers and even the impossibility of advancing in level thanks to other players with more experience that makes them practically invincible against the players.
The updates prepared for V Rising
However, fortunately, the team at Stunlock Studios has taken care to improve the gameplay and experience of the open world and to repair some of the errors that V Rising presents. This may already be reflected on the servers and the addition of the ability to play V Rising offline. Or, also the announcement of the next updates have contributed to the expectations remain firm against what the players pointed out.
In this way, thanks to the constant flow of updates and patch notes, almost weekly, they have made the gaming community feel more relaxed about the problems that most prevented them from enjoying V Rising. Above all, because they reiterate a commitment on the part of Stunlock not to leave the title unattended.
A patch that will change builds, prevent save bugs, and add skills
Now, developer and publisher Stunlock Studios recently released a patch that brings new features, some big fixes, and of course game balance changes in the latest V Rising update.
According to the developer team, the official game patch 0.5.42050 will add some interesting new features to V Rising build mode. This means that players can now dismantle floors and borders without having to remove connected castle walls or pillars, as long as the walls or pillars of their buildings are attached to a floor.
Namely, this feature of the patch is suitable for those players who might spend a lot of time fixing or moving all kinds of things in their castle in V Rising to make it more attractive.
When it comes to fixes, most of the issues that fans have pointed out are game crashes, unstable server connection and other save file bugs. So you no longer have to worry about these issues. And on the other hand, there are the changes to the balance of the game, which have basically made a number of vampire abilities available to players. Also, modifies the cooldowns and other stats of the various weapons that we found in V Rising.
Finally, V Rising patch 0.5.42050 will also add new languages (including Korean, Polish, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Turkish, and Hungarian). The rest of the languages that are already in the game are: French, German, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish and Simplified Chinese. Although, it is worth mentioning that the available languages have had their respective updates.
In light of this patch (and of course the weekly ones), it’s becoming increasingly clear that Stunlock is really considering the opinions of the gaming community in order to tailor them to their work. In fact, there is a link provided in the patch notes where players can report issues while playing the game.
It stands to reason that V Rising has some bugs since it’s still in early access, and even though there’s no official release date yet, Stunlock Studios are doing really well and have shown to listen to their players.
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