Is Vampire Survivors DLC Legacy of the Moonspell available on Mobile (Android and iOS)? - Answered - Prima Games

Is Vampire Survivors DLC Legacy of the Moonspell available on Mobile (Android and iOS)? – Answered

Can you experience this crazy DLC on your mobile?

by Nikola L

The first DLC for Vampire Survivors, Legacy of the Moonspell, has been a big hit, and there is a big reason why we have followed it closely and were the first to report on it after release. With the recent releases of Vampire Survivors outside of PC (namely, Xbox, Android, and iOS), the question arises about the availability of Legacy of the Moonspell DLC for Vampire Survivors on mobile platforms (Android, iOS). Here’s what you need to know.

Can you Play Vampire Survivors DLC Legacy of the Moonspell on Mobile?

We all know that Vampire Survivors was recently released on mobile out of nowhere and for free. In a recent interview, which you can find on their Steam News Page, Poncle revealed it had the issue of finding the appropriate developers and appropriate business model for the release of Vampire Survivors on Android and iOS.

Related: Does Vampire Survivors Have Multiplayer? Answered

Unfortunately, they were forced to rush something that wasn’t supposed to happen that fast because they’ve had enough of Vampire Survivors clone games that tried to capitalize on the hype Vampire Survivors made on Steam. Some clones were just a 100% copy of the game, with all the assets stolen. Absolute disgrace.

When Will Vampire Survivors DLC Legacy of the Moonspell Be Available on Mobile?

The base game is now available on Android and iOS free of charge in their respective stores, but DLC is nowhere in sight.
It is currently unknown exactly when Vampire Survivors: Legacy of the Moonspell will be available on Android and iOS.
We must advise patience in this case. As soon as any news about this breaks out, we’ll be the first to report it.

In the meantime, feel free to explore our rich database of Vampire Survivors articles and guides here at Prima Games.

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.