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V Rising: Huge Upcoming Changes | New Location, Titans, Materials

V Rising has garnered positive reception from the majority of its players, and since it’s still in Early Access, players can expect new massive changes to come in the near future.




It’s no secret that V Rising has become the talk of the town among many players. This survival vampire-themed RPG has you taking on the role of a weakened vampire who just woke up from his slumber. From there, you have to regain your strength and make progress to become a vampire overlord.

But of course, since the game is still in Early Access, it is not fully fleshed out yet. While it is no doubt quite stable for an Early Access title, there is still a lot of stuff that the developers are planning to add to it.

Let’s have a look at what these upcoming changes will be and when we can expect them.

Huge Upcoming Changes | New Location, Titans, and Materials in V Rising

Before we begin, just a quick disclaimer. All of the information I’m going to cover in this article is from the datamined data obtained by various users through admin commands. This means that there’s a possibility these data are just placeholders, but there’s also a possibility that they’ll be coming in the near future.

That said, let’s have a look at these datamined files and what they mean for the future of V Rising.

Twilight Set

Anyone who has made it to the endgame knows that the highest gear level for armors in the game right now is level 8 with the Bloodmoon set. The Twilight Set, however, is only at level 7. What makes it interesting is that it’s purple quality, unlike Bloodmoon which has blue.

Also, it has a unique 4-piece set bonus that grants you immunity to sun damage and even causes your character to sparkle while out there in the sun. This essentially turns you into a daywalker, and it might even completely change the way you play the game.

More Gear Levels

Another exciting addition is the introduction of more gear levels, with a wide variety of Legendary armors and weapons which they’ll probably add in the future. As of now, V Rising only has one legendary item which is the Blood Key, a jewelry piece that you can only obtain after completing the final quest in the game so far.

One such example of an upcoming Legendary gear is the Death Set, with a gear level of 9. The set doesn’t have any special stats going for it, but when dismantled, it will yield the following materials:

  • Werewolf Leather
  • Shadowweave
  • Exceptional Tailoring Component

New Location

A video posted by YouTuber Demone Kim showed an unfinished location on the eastern side of the map between the Cursed Forest and the Hallowed Mountains. From what it seems, this looks like a new biome that contains some placeholder stuff inside.

There are a few fortress gates which could possibly mean a fortress in that area in the near future. There are also a lot of unfinished textures in the area. This could also possibly hint at a new location in the future.

New Materials

Apart from the materials that you can get by dismantling the Legendary Death Set, there were also several new materials datamined from the game files. These materials include Werewolf Pelt, Witchdust, and Exceptional Magic Component. This could mean we’re going to have a new tier of equipment to look forward to in the future.


The last interesting aspect in the datamined files is the Titan Core. It’s basically a new component that you can’t obtain in the game via normal means yet. It could potentially mean we’ll be going up against Titans at some point and looting their Titan Cores to forge even stronger weapons.

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Evil West Starter Guide – Everything You Should Know Early On

Welcome to the bloodthirsty Old West!

Nicole Barelli



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After cinematic and gameplay trailers that impressed the players, Flying Wild Hog’s Evil West released on November 22, 2022. Set in the gripping jaw of the Old West, players must fight, alone or in co-op, hordes of bloodthirsty vampiric monstrosities and kill them in gruesome ways! If you’re among those who can’t wait to put your hands in the game, here’s a starter guide to get you started!

Everything You Should Know Early On – Evil West Starter Guide

The game starts with simple tools for you to play with, but soon the game starts boasting its cool mechanics.


Ranged combat is going to help you kill a lot of monstrosities. It plays like any other shooter, but a good tip to keep in mind is the yellow circles that appear on enemies: you’ll want to shoot it.

Hitting this weak point will interrupt the enemy’s attack and deal critical hit damage, so show no mercy!

The Gauntlet is your trusted friend, and the same rule applies here: punch the enemy to prevent them from attacking if you see a yellow circle.

As simple as it may sound, this mechanic will help you later on, so acquire this habit while you’re still in the early stages.

TNT barrels can also be used in your favour. You can not only explode it with your bullets, but you can also launch enemies into things with your punches.

Speaking of launching enemies into the air, this can open more attack possibilities if you combine the launch move if others (shooting, for example).

Don’t worry about consuming ammo since this resource is unlimited. However, guns (and other abilities) will go into cooldown, so pay attention to that.

Another important tool you have is the zapper. You can use it to block (and stun enemies with a good parry), pull enemies to you (also stunning them), or you can use it to warp-strike two enemies at once.

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Source: Boomstick Gaming from YouTube

Your battery icon will determine if you can use certain abilities like the Quake Punch. You can also save until you can activate the special attack which is destructive, to say the least.

Fools with shields might scare you at first, but don’t them! You can destroy their shields the old-fashioned way or lure the beasts into environmental traps like the aforementioned TNT barrels, which will also deal significant damage to the monstrosity.

While fighting the vampires, you’ll inevitably lose health (happens to the best of us!). You have the ability to regenerate health when things get hairy, but finisher attacks also bestow health upon you!

So, whenever a foe turns yellow, you can brutally end them with one of those finishers.


Evil West is quite linear, but there are puzzles and small side quests you can pursue to earn gold or alternative skins for your character and arsenal.

The latter is undeniably cool, but the former is essential for upgrades, which are costly. You’ll find blueprints as you play the game, but you need gold to put those to use. And applying Lightning to your weapons is one of the best upgrades you can make!

You also have a skill tree, which you can unlock depending on your favoured playstyle. And if you feel like your choices weren’t great, you can reset the skill tree.

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Source: Boomstick Gaming from YouTube

And that’s it for this guide! Keeping those tips and strategies in mind will help you through a good portion of the early game.

Thanks Boomstick Gaming for the video! If you wish to see more, please follow the link: Evil West | STARTER GUIDE – Everything You Should Know Early On

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