If you're curious about the V Rising roadmap for 2022 and want to know about the major features coming up, this is the post for you.
V Rising Early Access was released on May 17 and has become a huge success, with over 1.5 million players around the world. Although the game is plagued with some bugs, occasional crashing and server errors, it has a 'very positive' review on Steam. Now, players are eager to see what's next for V Rising.
In this post, we'll cover everything from a brief explanation of the roadmap itself to the features that will be included. So, let's find out everything about the V Rising roadmap for 2022!
V Rising Development Roadmap
Unfortunately, V Rising doesn't have an official roadmap, but it does have a few hints. Developers have made some comments about the game's future and have given us a glimpse into what's coming up in the next few months.
The primary focus of the developers right now is bug fixes, balance changes, server optimisation, and improving the gameplay experience.
The Early Access allows devs to gather feedback from players, and the next step will be to analyse all the data and feedback they've received and make changes based on that.
However, according to the official blog, this won't be any time soon. It said:
We currently plan to work on more extensive updates rather than run for frequent smaller patches and minor changes. It’s too early to tell when the first bigger V Rising content patch will arrive, as we will give it the time to make sure it brings something new to the experience.
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V Rising Content Roadmap
Stunlock Studios mentioned in the blog it is already working on new features and world content. We can expect "more weapons to wield, loot to plunder, and sorcery to conjure." In addition to that, there will be "more V Bloods with new challenges, lands to explore, and further ways to enhance your castle."
The devs said new updates in the form of features and world content will arrive throughout Early Access until launch. It will include:
- More biomes and dungeons
- New weapons and spell kits
- New enemies
- More Castle decorations and cosmetics
- More crafting recipes
- Additional features and increased performance to improve the entire experience
It seems like the devs are taking their time to make sure the game is stable and well-balanced before releasing the major content update. Once that is achieved, they'll continue to add more content and features. You can expect these content updates in the "fall and beyond", according to the blog.
V Rising Endgame
In a new interview with streamers Asmongold and Rich Campbell, V Rising devs revealed plans for the V Rising endgame.
The game director Peter Ilves confirmed that the V Rising endgame will see the return of Dracula. He said players will “definitely see” Dracula’s return “as some sort of big event” at some point.
Dracula isn’t just the endgame. The V Rising endgame will also feature the various factions fighting for control, which the game director describes as “Game of Thrones vibes going on” between sides like the undead, church, militia, and more.
You can watch the full interview here. We should warn that it is 1 hr 42 minutes long.
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V Rising Full Release Date
There's no official announcement or they have not given a specific date as of now.
The devs are currently focusing on bug fixing and improving the overall experience from the feedback they've received. The team is uncertain about how long it will take to process player feedback and further develop the game accordingly.
Having said that, they aim to complete the game and leave Early Access within 12 months. So, we can expect the full release of V Rising in Q1 of 2023. If things go well, they might be able to release the full version earlier. So, keep your eyes peeled for more updates!