Vampire Slayer: The Resurrection reveals first gameplay trailer

A solo dev shares their first gameplay trailer for a vampire-themed multiplayer shooter!
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Image: Wobbly Tooth

Vampire Slayer: The Resurrection, an upcoming multiplayer shooter from solo indie developer and publisher Wobbly Tooth, has just revealed its first gameplay trailer. It includes about two minutes of footage, with a win for both the Vampire team and the Slayer team, showcasing their unique advantages.

Vampire Slayer: The Resurrection is expected to launch soon on PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox Series X|S and the Nintendo Switch. Here’s the full gameplay trailer from Wobbly Tooth’s official YouTube channel:

According to the game’s Steam page, Vampire Slayer: The Resurrection was built as an elaboration on the developer’s Half-Life mod. It shows, with similar visuals, and the graphics may deter casual gamers. But the art design is surprisingly neat, and although the mechanics are hardly innovative, they are sturdy enough for the genre.

It’s the details that will win horror fans over. Slayers need to stake vampires within seconds before they resurrect. The vampires resemble the classic film Nosferatu, among other familiar imagery. Their sudden movement can also be genuinely unsettling, in the right circumstances.

It might remind some players of a vampire-themed version of Halo’s “Infection” mode, where the Flood can take great leaps and use stealth, while Spartans rely on basic weaponry.

Overall, the game feels very much like a small, passionate homage to classic vampire tales. But it also has the music, attitude and gore of Blade. That aligns well with the fast-paced action.

Yes, Vampire Slayer: The Resurrection wears its budget on its sleeve. But there’s a lot of promise here, and for a solo dev, everything seems to be functioning pretty well. The environments also look intriguing, with stylish interiors and structures.

It’s impressive that the game will be launching on so many major platforms, rather than PC alone, so Game Pass and PS Plus would make great opportunities later on. Hopefully, future patches will include various classes and new weapons.

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Anthony Fertino

Anthony Fertino

Anthony Fertino is a novelist and lifelong gamer, born and raised in Southern California. He's been a content writer for over 10 years, and studied film at SMC for 4 years. When he isn't playing shooters, RPGs, or indies, he's reading SFF novels and trying the latest tabletop games.

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  1. Cacho95

    Hello, i am just curious does this game feature cross play?