How to Unlock and Evolve Summon Night into Echo Night in Vampire Survivors Legacy of the Moonspell - Prima Games

How to Unlock and Evolve Summon Night into Echo Night in Vampire Survivors Legacy of the Moonspell

Impale your entire screen with these easy steps.

by Nikola L

No, the subtitle is not a joke. Look at the feature image of this article. The Vampire Survivors’ weapons have truly become crazy in this Legacy of the Moonspell DLC. However, it will take you a while before you can use Summon Night and Echo Night. And this is why Prima Games is here, first on the scene.

How to Get Summon Night and Evolution Echo Night in Vampire Survivors Legacy of the Moonspell DLC

Step 1. Unlock Syuuto, who has the weapon as his starting weapon (guide available below):

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Now that you have Syuuto, you can take him for a spin and proceed with the evolution of his starting weapon, Summon Night.
When you reach level 15 with him, the Summon Night weapon becomes available for other characters.

How to Evolve Summon Night into Echo Night in Vampire Survivors Legacy of the Moonspell DLC

Evolving Summon Night into Echo Night is potentially the easiest evolution of Legacy of the Moonspell DLC. You need to get Summon Night and Duplicator to Max Level and then get a chest (that dropped after the condition has been fulfilled). This also makes spikes appear from the bottom of your screen (like in the screenshot above). It’s a very powerful weapon; we hope you’ll have tons of fun with it.

Screenshot by Prima Games

How to Unlock Babi-Onna in Vampire Survivors Legacy of the Moonspell DLC?

You automatically unlock Babi-Onna in Legacy of the Moonspell DLC as soon as you successfully Evolve Summon Night into Echo Night.

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Don’t forget to check the Vampire Survivors: Legacy of the Moonspell DLC’s tag under this article for more guides. Until next time!

Nikola L

Gaming since being able to hold an Amiga 500 joystick on my own, back in the 90s :) I have been through a lot of different video, board, and card games and it seems that I do not intend to stop any time soon.