Stunlock Studios’ new Vampire survival RPG V Rising continues to entertain thousands of fans throughout the globe as more and more players as well as renowned streamers tune in to the title to enjoy the immersive experience that the game has to offer.
While the vast open world of V Rising can certainly be fun to explore at times, it can also quickly become equally frustrating and repetitive for some players.
Luckily, the developers behind V Rising have found a clever way to tackle that problem through the introduction of ‘Waygates’. These Waygates are teleporters that essentially act as ‘fast-travel points’ to help players traverse the vast world of V Rising. Here’s what you need to know to build and use your own Waygates in V Rising.
How to Build Waygates in V Rising
While you can use some Waygates scattered across the V Rising world without having to build one yourself, they are only a few in number. This is why it’s best for players to learn how to build their own Waygates in V Rising.
To start building your own Waygates, you must first slay Polora the Feywalker, a level 34 boss located in the Gleaming Meadows, west of Farbane Woods.
Once you’ve successfully killed the boss, you’ll need the following materials to develop your Waygate:
- Blood Essence 200x (Can be obtained by extracting the blood of Humanoid beings.)
- 20x Plank (Can be obtained by feeding lumber through your sawmill.)
- 20x Copper Ingot (Can be mined in the Copper mines in Farbane Woods and processed into copper ingots at a furnace.)
- 10x Gem Dust (Can be obtained by using Gems on Grinders.)
Once you have these items, you’re ready to build Waygates. These Waygates can be built at any point in your territory and can be linked to any of the other Waygates across the map. If you’re playing on a public server, only the creator of a Waygate will be able to use it.
That’s everything you need to know about how to create Waygates in V Rising.
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Last Updated on May 24, 2022
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