Developer Stunlock Studios has revealed that V Rising has sold more than 1.5 million copies, hitting a milestone of 150,000 concurrent players in the first two weeks since release.

With millions of players playing now, the developers say they will continue to look at the feedback it will receive during the game’s early access period towards full release.

“Our mission is to find out what matters most to our players and how we can take V Rising to a new level. We are working on bigger updates rather than small patches and small changes,” marketing manager Johan Ilves said in a blog. post. “It’s too early to say when the first major content patch for V Rising will be released as we take the time to make sure we release something new. This will require more patience from you fans!”

Stunlock Studios says its main focus is on bugfixing, balancing, server optimization and QoL improvements. More content is in the works, including more weapons, loot and magic. New designs should appear from the fall.

TheĀ  game is available in Early-Acces on Steam and has already received a number of updates, such as an offline mode that has been added.