Vampire Survivors is now available on mobile. An unexpected mobile launch of the smash-hit game was unveiled at the Game Awards pre-show. This version is completely playable offline, 100% free, and contains all the content from the wildly popular PC and Xbox versions! This means there are no extra fees or microtransactions. The only thing players can do is view optional advertisements to gain a revive or some extra gold.
Survive the night using only your wits in Vampire Survivors
Kill tens of thousands of nighttime animals while enduring until daylight! In the gothic horror casual game Vampire Survivors, which also features rogue-lite aspects, players can use their decisions to swiftly build up an advantage against the numerous enemies that are hurled at them.
The “be the bullet hell” action game, which defined its genre, has over 150,000 Steam reviews (98% of them are overwhelmingly positive), was the most popular Steam Deck title for the past three months, is listed among the “Best Games of 2022” by the New Yorker, and has a Metacritic score of 94 (Xbox).
Luca Galante, the founder of Poncle is happy to bring Vampire Survivors on phones after a lot of requests from its fans. “Now you can capital-S Survive from anywhere – on the morning commute, during an extended toilet break, under the desk during a meeting about productivity at work… anywhere. I’m personally not a fan of microtransactions, so we made the decision not to include them in the mobile port. This is the full game, for free, for real. Enjoy!” says Luca Galante.
The London-based game development company Poncle was established by Luca Galante. After honing his HTML5 development abilities on a number of projects, Luca created Vampire Survivors as a pandemic diversion in an effort to advance his career.
With over 150,000 “overwhelmingly enthusiastic” reviews on Steam and a true cult following, the game became an unexpected blockbuster hit. Players can now download the game for free on Android and iOS.
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