V Rising Map and Locations Guide

Last Update: May 18, 2023

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Our V Rising Map and Locations Guide will show you boss locations, Important Loot item locations, Cave Passage locations, and more -- including the new Gloomrot Update content!

Quicklinks: Bosses Map | Cave Passage Map
Important Loot Items Map | Clean Map Image

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Note: the Fishing Map can be found in our Fishing Guide.


V Rising Map - Bosses Map

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This map shows the locations of all of the bosses we've found. Most bosses are in static locations, but some will travel along the roads in their zone.

Most bosses in larger areas are typically located deep within a zone. While you can sneak past the mobs, it's probably a better idea to kill all of the regular enemies on your way to the boss; you certainly don't want to have to fight another half dozen soldiers in the middle of a boss fight!


V Rising Map - Cave Passage Map

 

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How V Rising Fast Travel and Vampire Waygates Work

V Rising Fast Travel works using special portals called Vampire Waygate. (You can see the Vampire Waygate locations in any of the maps on this page; they're the green portals).

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Vampire Waygates allow you to instantly travel to any other Vampire Waygate that you have on your map. You can also respawn there if you die. However, there are some items that cannot be teleported such as resources; this means that you can take a Vampire Waygate to an area to mine or loot, but you'll have to walk back.

Players can also build a Vampire Waygate at their own base, but you'll have to unlock it first. There is one other form of fast travel, but it's a little quirky.

How Cave Passages Work in V Rising

Cave Passages are a secondary method of V Rising Fast Travel; they are effectively one-way teleporters that typically transport you from north to south. The arrows  on the above map indicate which cave leads to where.
The exit of a Cave Passage is on top of a cliff. You'll have the opportunity to turn around if you don't like the destination. Be warned: if you jump down, you won't be able to take the Cave Passage back to its origin unless you have the Bat Power!

Why would you use Cave Passages in V Rising? Well, they have a major advantage over Vampire Waygates -- you can carry loot through them. It may be a good idea to build your Castle near a Cave Passage exit to make for easy unloading of items!


V Rising Map - Important Loot Items Map

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Most locations in the world have "Important Loot" listed as a tooltip when you hover over them. This shows items that you have a very good chance of getting if you kill enemies, destroy crates, and loot chests in that area.

Keep in mind that these are not always exhaustive. The Haunted Iron Mine, for example, is a good place to find Iron, but you can also find Iron in crates and chests elsewhere in the Dunley Farmlands and in higher-level zones.


V Rising Map - Clean Map

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That's it for our V Rising Map Guide -- hopefully, this will save you a lot of running around looking for bosses and loot. Don't forget to check out some of our other guides below!

 

 

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Developer
Stunlock Studios
Publisher
Stunlock Studios
Platforms
PC
Release Date
May 17, 2022 (Calendar)
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