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V Rising has no classes, rather you make your own build

Here is a quick rundown how the V Rising classless and combat system works.

Updated: May 19, 2022 5:33 pm
V Rising has no classes, rather you make your own build

V Rising is a new top-down survival game in early access. As you get through the game, you will find that you can tailor your custom vampire character to your playstyle, rather than following a rigid class system. Here is everything you need to know about the V Rising class and combat system.

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Time to make your own V Rising class

The core gameplay experience of V Rising is like other classless survival games. You will go into the world, craft your own weapons and find your own skills through gear and an upgrade feature. It means that you can make your own style of V Rising class for your character and define a unique playstyle that you enjoy.

It means you can make a warrior character using a sword and shield. Perhaps you want to find enchanted armour pieces that empower your magical abilities; you can do that. As you get into the game, you will notice two action bars, one on the left and the other on the right. The left action bar is your typical survival game action bar, fitted with your usual inventory hotkeys, such as weapons, tools, potions and food.

Once you master a weapon, you can get up to three new weapon-related skills. You can master the hammer, sword, crossbow, and other weapon types to define the weapon you prefer to use. These can then come in handy for when you find a style of magic you like, which slot in the right action bar.

Meanwhile, the right bar is where you get to use the vampire skills you permanently unlock. The bar can contain a variety of skills, featured from different magic school types. You have the Blood, Unholy, Illusion, Chaos and Frost schools of magic. Each school of magic has an ultimate ability, along with a unique travel ability and two basic abilities. For example, the blood tree has a skill called Blood Rage which shields you and your nearby allies for 110% of your spell power, along with increasing attack speed for 4 seconds. Alternatively, you can get spells that heal you and deal damage, or do even more damage under the blood school. 

To unlock these skills, you need to go out and fight V Blood opponents. Defeating these adversaries award you with skill unlocks you can use as your character spells, ultimate and movement skills.

This concludes this quick look at the V Rising classless system and what you can expect. If you liked this guide, why not check out the WePC V Rising guide hub for more content?

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