V Rising July Patch: Everything we know so far

V Rising

This week saw the release of the most recent early access update for V Rising, which added a few new features to the vampire game. Now we look forward to the next patch.

Along with those updates came a few bug fixes and a general adjustment that allows players to carry precious materials like lumber, stone, and plant fibre when they pass through waygates or transform into bats.

V Rising has sold over 1 million copies on the PC gaming platform since its release, demonstrating the game’s positive reaction from the public. The latest V Rising update now includes new features, repairs, and tweaks to the game’s balance according to a patch published by developer and publisher Stunlock Studios.

As usual, a set of new patch notes outlining every change will made available. Here is everything we know about the upcoming V Rising patch notes.

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V Rising July patch notes release date

There is currently no confirmed date for when the next patch notes will be released. When the developer confirms the date, we will update this section with the date.


V Rising July patch notes

We don’t have the patch notes yet, but as soon as they have been made available we will update this page when we have the official notes.

In addition to the exciting updates, the game now has localization for Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, and Turkish thanks to patch 0.5.42050 for V Rising. Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Simplified Chinese, and Spanish, the other languages that are already included in V Rising, have also been upgraded to be more realistic.

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V Rising’s development team has consistently updated the game since it was released in Early Access, ensuring that players have the greatest possible experience. The ability to play V Rising offline has been added, along with fixes for server problems and game crashes.

We are confident that the developers won’t abandon the game for an extended period of time thanks to Stunlock Studios’ consistent, practically weekly stream of patch notes and updates.


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