V Rising Reaches Half Million Players In Just 3 Days Since Release

The new survival top-down MMORPG from Stunlock Studios has had a very strong start.

Vampires have been a mainstay in pop culture since the start of the 20th century. We see the blood-sucking immortal beings in almost every form of media and video games are no exception. There are many legendary vampire-based games, such as the Castlevania series.

However, the variety in this sub-genre isn’t as vast as players would like it to be. V Rising changes that to some extent by being a very creative entry into the vampire genre. It’s a survival top-down game having MMORPG elements as its basis. You have to survive as a vampire in Vardoran in this challenging but fun vampire game.

Stunlock Studios has only released the game for early access as of now but it has had a strong start. The survival game is selling really well on Steam and is at the top of many charts. We now have official confirmation of its amazing performance as well.

V Rising has already gained up to 500,000 players in its first three days since release, according to an official tweet from the game’s account on Twitter. The developer has thanked the players of the game for joining in and spending time on its product. Reaching half a million users in just three days is an astonishing achievement for Stunlock Studios but it’s one it truly deserves.

It’s no surprise that V Rising is winning players over so quickly. From combat to world-building, the game is top-notch. Everything about it is so well done and all the credit for that goes to Stunlock Studios. Critics and players have adored the game, so the number of players that it has really just reflects how good this vampire game is.

If you are looking for a new roleplaying game based on the survival genre, this is the one for you. Having vampires and other mystic elements is just another bonus feature of V Rising. Only PC players are able to experience the game as of now but hopefully, consoles will get to enjoy it soon enough.

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Ahmed Mansoor

Your average video games enjoyer with a deep passion for single-player adventures who writes about his favorite hobby.