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V Rising Adds Offline Mode, Sells 1 Million Copies

I wrote about V Rising yesterday, and noted that it had sold over 500,000 copies. Well, it has now sold a lot more than that, having hit the one million mark less than a week after release.

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The milestone was announced by developers Stunlock earlier today:

That’s a fun fact, but it’s not the only V Rising news today. In matters more important for anyone wanting to play the game solo (or even with friends, but locally), the vampire survival adventure now includes an offline mode.

Previously, the game was online-only, and while it does feature multiplayer elements (both versus and co-op), it’s also completely enjoyable in single-player. Those solo players still had to be playing online though, which depending on your situation, wasn’t always possible (or even just something you wanted to have to be doing).

So as part of the game’s 0.5.41448 update, solo players no longer have to, and can now boot the game in LAN mode instead. As the name suggests, though, while this will create an offline world for you to explore, you can still play with friends if they’re part of the same network:

Also added today is the ability for Steam Cloud to save a game’s server history:

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