Vampire Survivors has gained popularity since its Early Access release on Steam. With a constant stream of updates and addictive gameplay, it has captured gamers who have been working to unearth its secrets. Since leaving Early Access in October 2022, Vampire Survivors remains a simple yet addictive experience with plenty to do.
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To bring the experience to a wide variety of players, Vampire Survivors is now available on iOS and Android. Bring the roguelite survival experience on the go and use the touch screen to survive against hordes of enemies. Unlike the PC version, the mobile versions of Vampire Survivors are free, allowing you to dive right into the game.
Both mobile versions include the full game, with all secrets and unlocks provided to you. There’s nothing hidden behind a paywall, which means the full experience is there from the start. There is no option to move or copy progress, which means you’ll have to start from the beginning if you’re an experienced player. The game initially starts in portrait orientation, but you can switch this to left/right landscape mode in the options menu.
You’ll use the touchscreen to navigate, though your mobile device will affect how well the game runs. Whether you play in portrait or landscape mode, you’ll have the same hopping experience as you try to survive against hordes of enemies. The soundtrack is the same and there is no difference in difficulty.
While starting over may not be as appealing to players who unlocked everything on the PC version, it’s a great way to re-experience the game as a beginner. If you haven’t played Vampire Survivors before and don’t want to pay, now is the time to get in on the game. With all the secrets available to uncover right from the start, you can work your way up and spend hours in the game. There is no word on whether the upcoming DLC will appear on mobile as well, but everyone should have time to try out the game first, and catch up later.