V Rising sold over 2 million copies, new dev blog showcases game soundtrack

V Rising

Developer Stunlock Studios announced V Rising sold over 2 million copies, alongside yet another dev update talking new fixes and content.

V Rising sold over 2 million copies comes within a month of its launch in May, and is available via Steam Early Access. The game previously sold 1.5 million copies within two weeks, 1 million copies within a week and over 500,000 copies within its first few days of sale.

Alongside news of the sales milestone is the game’s latest Patch 0.5.42050, which adds seven new languages (Brazil, French, German, Simplified Chinese, and Spanish) as well as bug fixes and balancing changes.

Stunlock also released a dev diary focusing on the game’s excellent soundtrack, composed by Aleksandria Migova, which I have been listening to often even when not playing the game.

Here’s a video giving a nice recap of the game’s melancholy yet ethereal soundtrack as well:

It’s never too late to get into the game – if you’re new and looking for a handy beginner’s guide, we wrote up a thorough V Rising beginner’s guide here.

V Rising has been available for Windows PC via Steam, via early access. In case you missed it – we found V Rising extremely promising in our thorough video and written preview – which you can find here.



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