It’s now possible to dispatch skeletons, ghosts, and werewolves with three other people in Vampire Survivors. Developer Poncle announced version 1.6 of the roguelike game has gone live, bringing four-player local co-op to the title.
In addition, Poncle heavily teased a new Adventures mode for Vampire Survivors over on Steam. The developer vaguely mentions that an upcoming feature will “add a lot of gameplay options and possibilities.” A screenshot is then shared–seen below–with a green Adventures tab.
Vampire Survivors also launched on Nintendo Switch, along with this notable update. The co-op functionality is available in this new version of the game as well as all of the previously released DLC.
This might raise questions about cross-saving for Vampire Survivors, and Poncle is aware of this desired feature. The developer wrote: “We’re working on it: We have already run successful tests in moving saves between PC, mobile, and consoles, while also adding cloud save slots! We’ll keep you updated, but save data is a very delicate thing, so this will really need a lot of testing and an adequate amount of time in the oven to be released in a safe, fully working state. Thanks for being patient!”
Poncle previously revealed a lot of the Vampire Survivors co-op details in July. The developer has reinforced it’s looking into online co-op but can’t promise anything at this time.
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