Call me controversial, but one of the best zones in World of Warcraft is the ever-divisive Shadowlands’ Revendreth. Blending classic vampire horror with the high gothic world of FromSoftware’s iconic Bloodborne, when I first stepped foot in Sire Denathrius’ gray-tinted zone I was instantly in love. If you, like me, love all things Azeroth and vampiric, then I have good news for you: a Vampire Survivors game mode looks like it may be coming in 10.2.5.
According to a new set of Scenescript.db entries, which WoWhead states is “commonly used for various minigames and cutscenes within WoW,” 10.2.5 has listings for a “Vampire Survivors Mode – Game Mode – Client Scene (OJF),” and “Vampire Survivor Mode – Data – Creatures.”
Obviously there’s not much to go on here, but this does feel like it’ll be a World of Warcraft game mode in its entirety – not a direct crossover with Vampire Survivors. Honestly, I’d probably prefer it that way.
Given the game’s bloody history with all things vampiric, there’s so much you could do in a mode like this. Imagine a Vampire Survivors set in Castle Nathria, where you fight through the bosses (and no doubt hordes of other monsters) to get to Denathrius. If they let you wield a Venthyr parasol as a weapon, it would be absolute perfection.
Or, alternatively, make it all about Murlocs and Naga. One of the exciting things about the Vampire Survivors formula is that it’s so flexible – all you need are heroes and hordes of enemies. Although, I am biased and really like Murlocs, so maybe let me play as a Murloc fighting the main cast of heroes instead.
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