The Vampire Survivors 0.2.10 update has arrived, adding more monster-bashing, dopamine-fueling content to the breakout roguelike action RPG. To help you get a lay of the vampiric land, we’ve gathered up the Vampire Survivors 0.2.10 patch notes in full right here.
Vampire Survivors 0.2.10 features no less than three new achievements for completionists to pick off. The patch also throws in two new characters, Dommario and Suor Clerici. Alongside, you’ll find a new challenge stage arriving in the Vampire Survivors 0.2.10 update. Further additions include a slight rework of the Mad Forest in anticipation of a new upcoming feature, a ‘streamer friendly’ soundtrack for the Inlaid Library, and new animations for several enemies.
Quite a few fixes and tweaks round off the Vampire Survivors 0.2.10 update. You can read through them all in the Vampire Survivors 0.2.10 patch notes just below.
Vampire Survivors 0.2.10 Patch Notes
– 3 new achievements. Check their description to see what they unlock.
– 2 new characters, Dommario and Suor Clerici.
– 1 new special, challenge stage that is just like the classic Mad Forest, but has no new enemies nor layout. Comes with a minor new feature that will expand with every new future stage. Enter/exit a run if you’ve already satisfied the requirements to unlock it.
– rework of the Mad Forest layout in preparation of a future feature
– new “streamer friendly” soundtrack for the Inlaid Library stage
– option to play the old sountrack by disabling “Streamer Safe Music” from the Options menu (affects the Library Stage only for now)
– new animations for mudmen, mummies, ghost witches, and Library bosses
Fixes and Tweaks:
– Bugfix/workaround: the game shouldn’t crash anymore on triggering texture errors when “pausing while leveling up” or similar situation
– Tweak: minor increase to the chance that killing an enemy with Soul Eater will spawn a little heart
– Tweak: minor increase to Pentagram’s base chance to not delete items
– Tweak: “Refund Powerup” buttons is at the top of the PowerUp Selection screen. Use it often to try new upgrade paths!
– Tweak: reduced volume of the infamous “Treasure Found” sound
– Added epilepsy warning on launching the game
– Made it easier to do certain inputs on the main screen
Vampire Survivors is out now for Windows PC.