Ever wondered what a Castlevania game would be like if you can spam magic and items to cover up your entire screen? Well look no further, because Vampire Survivors is just that. Though there’s not much going for it at the moment, the developers promised to add more content as the game goes on. With that in mind, the game has only three stages in the game, the third one being recently released, where players can jump in and shoot the hell out of the undead.
All Stages Guide – Vampire Survivors
In Vampire Survivors, each map is essentially a shooting ground as enemies spawn in and approach you from all different directions. The goal is to basically survive the onslaught of undead hordes while you collect blue gems in order to level up and get new weapons.
Each stage features a Hyper Mode, which gives extra modifiers like +50% Gold while playing a stage. Each stage also has their own enemies that will spawn back close to you once they’re out of sight.
They’ll still retain the amount of health they had when spawning close to you so you don’t have to worry about bringing their health back down.
Mad Forest Stage
The first stage you’ll unlock is the Mad Forest. This stage is automatically unlocked when you start the game. Hyper Mode gives a +50% Gold.
Inlaid Library Stage
The second stage is called Inlaid Library. It’s a little bit smaller than the Mad Forest, so you might have some trouble maneuvering around enemies if you get cornered.
Hyper Mode grants +50% Gold and +10% Luck.
Green Acres Stage
The third stage, and the newly released one, is called Green Acres. This stage features enemies from both Mad Forest and Inlaid Library, but it is large like the Mad Forest stage, so you’ll have room to move around.
But enemies have +50% Health, so they’ll be able to take more damage than normal. Hyper Mode grants +50% Gold and +10% Luck.
While it would be nice to have more variety of stages, the game is still in early access, and the developers are listening to the players for feedback.
We’ll get new stages soon in the future especially since the developers thrive on the feedback given. Just like the developers of ARK added the Valentine’s Day Event in ARK.