The latest addition to the Vampire Survivors roster is a dog that farts flowers, part of an update that also adds a new challenge map called The Bone Zone.
The game’s most recent patch notes revealed the addition of O’Sole Meeo the dog, whose weapon of choice is an array of really quite beautiful flowers that come in all shapes and sizes.
You can check out O’Sole Meeo in glorious action in the tweet below:
You cannot pet the dog in Vampire Survivors. ❌✋🐶#youcannotpetthedog #VampireSurvivors #DogsInGames @CanYouPetTheDoghttps://t.co/EeUlfxirua
— Vampire Survivors 🦇 Available on Steam! (@poncle_vampire) April 25, 2022
The patch also adds a hard Challenge Stage called The Bone Zone – in which hundreds of skulls will come after you – a new weapon, one more rank for the Reroll and Skip power ups, two Arcanas, and a handful of minor tweaks and bug fixes.
Developer Poncle announced in March that it would be adding five more levels, nine more characters, 16 more weapons, and two more power ups, plus more achievements and Relics as a result of Vampire Survivors’ popularity.
In our 7/10 review, IGN said: “It may look extremely basic, but if you give Vampire Survivors’ clever one-stick shooter idea a chance to sink its teeth into you it might not let go for a while.”
Below the following video, we’ll explain how you can unlock O’Sole Meeo, but if you want to keep that surprise for yourself, turn back now.
The new content comes after Vampire Survivors shot to success on Steam after launching in Early Access last December.
O’Sole Meeo isn’t available upon opening Vampire Survivors for the first time but can only be accessed after unlocking all the basic stages in the game.
Following this, players must head into the Gallo Tower area and kill 3,000 Dragon Shrimp across any number of runs and with any character. Upon doing so, O’Sole Meeo will unlock through a new achievement.
Players who’ve already massacred hoards of Dragon Shrimp will unlock the new character after completing any run in the game, or even by starting one and immediately quitting.
Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally remembers to tweet @thelastdinsdale. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day.
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