How to Unlock and Evolve Bracelet in Vampire Survivors

This evolution is something we've never seen before!

The Bracelet came to Vampire Survivors in Patch v0.9.0 of our Vampire Survivors, and in this guide, we’ll go in-depth about the weapon specifics and how to evolve it. Here’s everything that you need to know about the Evolution of the Bracelet in Vampire Survivors.

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Update: v1.0 version of Vampire Survivors has made some changes regarding the Bracelet, since Gyorunton is kind of too tedious to unlock.

What Bracelet Does in Vampire Survivors

Before we go in-depth about the Bracelet, we must note that it’s the Starter weapon for the new character Gyorunton, which you can unlock on the new Challenge Stage Boss Rash.

Update: v1.0 version of Vampire Survivors allows you to unlock Bracelet more easier than ever. Just pass any 30 minutes stage with Gallo or Divano.

Bracelet is described as: “Bracelet shoots out a group of cloudy sparkles that is fired at the random enemy.” This kind of reminds us of the Fire Wand.

Bracelet Evolution Requirements in Vampire Survivors

Bracelet can be evolved twice. This is done by pushing it to Level 6 and then picking up a Treasure Chest. No, you do not need any other item to evolve it. It self-evolves. Almost like a Pokemon.

The chest unlocks Bi-Bracelet, which you can, once again, push to Level 6, and then evolve it again, into Tri-Bracelet.
This is where the evolution stops. You can push Tri-Bracelet to Level 6 but that’s it, you can only improve it further with the Limit Break afterward.

Below we’ll provide you with a breakdown of improvements the Bracelet receives as you level it up:

  • Bracelet Level 2: Base Damage +10
  • Bracelet Level 3: Passes through 1 more enemy
  • Bracelet Level 4: Fires 1 more projectile; Base area up by 10%
  • Bracelet Level 5: Passes through 1 more enemy
  • Bracelet Level 6: Base Damage up by 10
  • Bi-Bracelet: Fires Three Random Projects at Enemies
  • Bi-Bracelet Level 2: Passes through 1 more enemy
  • Bi-Bracelet Level 3: Fires 1 more projectile; Base area up by 10%
  • Bi-Bracelet Level 4: Cooldown reduced by 0.2 seconds; Effect lasts 0.2 seconds longer
  • Bi-Bracelet Level 5: Fires 1 more projectile; Base area up by 10%
  • Bi-Bracelet Level 6: Passes through 1 more enemy
  • Tri-Bracelet: Fires Three Random Projects at Enemies
  • Tri-Bracelet Level 2: Fires 1 more projectile; Base area up by 10%
  • Tri-Bracelet Level 3: Cooldown reduced by 0.2 seconds; Effect lasts 0.2 seconds longer
  • Tri-Bracelet Level 4: Base damage up by 20; Fires 1 more projectile
  • Tri-Bracelet Level 5: Cooldown reduced by 0.2 seconds; Effect lasts 0.2 seconds longer
  • Tri-Bracelet Level 6: Fires 1 more projectile; Base area up by 10%

Limit Break for Tri-Bracelet in Vampire Survivors Explained

There are five different Limit Break options for Tri-Bracelet:

  • Might +1%
  • Area +5%
  • Speed +5% (capped at 300%)
  • Duration +100ms (capped at 3 seconds)
  • Amount +1

We hope that Bracelet’s functionality is fully clarified to you now and that you’ll like using it, and we suggest you browse our Vampire Survivors articles under the game tag below (or by using our website search) for any other unlocks that you might need assistance with.


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Nikola has been a Staff Writer at Prima Games since May 2022. He has been gaming since being able to hold an Amiga 500 joystick on his own, back in the early 90s (when gaming was really good!). Nikola has helped organize dozens of gaming events and tournaments and has been professionally attached to gaming since 2009.