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Vampire Survivors: Emergency Meeting is out now

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Vampire Survivors: Emergency Meeting is the latest DLC available for the popular bullet-heaven horde survival game thingy from poncle and it's a lot of fun. Giving a cross-over of Among Us in Vampire Survivors was certainly an odd choice though, as two very opposite games but it works.

The DLC adds in a new Among Us inspired map, complete with various Crewmates you can rescue that will give you various bonuses during your run (that you can also upgrade) and you also get to deal with map events that require you to run across the map to press a button which adds another level of panic to Vampire Survivors. The design as a whole is pretty fun!

Picture taken on my Steam Deck.

I still think it's a bit naughty all the enemies can just phase-through the walls, and we're left to walk around them. At least once you grab the map it's easier to get around.

Main DLC content:

  • 9 playable characters.
  • 15 new weapons (of which 7 evolutions).
  • A new large stage.
  • A new Adventure.
  • 6 brand new music tracks.
  • 20 in-game-only achievements (not Steam Acheivements).

At only £1.99 (and 20% off until December 25th), it's an easy pick if you're a Vampire Survivors fan itching for more content to blast your way though.

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It has Native Linux support (not actually advertised) and is Steam Deck Verified.

Grab it on Steam.

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hardpenguin Dec 20, 2023
* gasp * Vampires are amogus
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